Monday, July 6, 2009

Yesterday was our one year anniversary! We celebrated by spending the day in Annapolis, which might be the cutest town ever. Ready for the one sentence recap?

We had lunch on the deck of Pussers, moved to the bar for a Painkiller, walked around town and did some window shopping, meandered through an art festival, ate red velvet cupcakes in lieu of wedding cake, took a boat ride, did a wine tasting, bought wine, ate Mexican (our favorite), and returned home to snuggle with our puppy. It was a great day! We decided not to buy each other presents and instead spent our money on the day trip.

In other news, it's my last official day of vacation and instead of spending it outdoors at the public pool we discovered on Saturday, I need to clean our place before my brother gets here tomorrow for a round two interview (remember, he was here last month?) and for the open house our landlord is having this weekend while we are back in NY for a wedding. So I am obviously really excited to move, but am dreading the actual move and all the cleaning and packing that comes with it. So with that said, off I go to clean, clean, clean!

20 comments:

  1. Happy anniversary! Annapolis is really lovely, I am a big fan!

    Where are you moving to?

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  2. I cannot believe I've been reading your blog for a whole year! I thought I started reading BEFORE you got married, I'm sure of it!

    Happy Anniversary! :)

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  3. Happy anniversary! :) It seems like the summer is a wonderful time for marriage!

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  4. Yay! Happy anniversary! I love Annapolis...hearing you talk about it brings back lots of happy memories!!!

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  5. Where and why are you moving? Staying in DC?

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  6. I bet we walked right by each other in Annapolis!

    Happy Anniversary!

    -E

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  7. I wish I still had one last day of vacation!

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  8. Happy anniversary! That restaurant looks so good (makes me crave seafood!) and red velvet cupcakes sound divine. Glad you had a great anniversary!

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  9. Happy anniversary!

    Sounds like the perfect way to end vacation :)

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  10. Happy Anniversary! We are headed to Annapolis on Thursday (surprise trip for Mr. Everlasting's birthday). I love that town and I absolutely can't wait! It's funny because we have been to Annapolis 4 times and have never gone down to DC-- maybe next time!

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  11. Sounds like a great way to spend an anniversary!

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  12. Yay for Annapolis, my almost hometown! (We live the next town over!) And yay for Pussers, one of my favorite bars there :) Happy, happy anniversary!

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  13. Congratulations Miss Northerner, that is wonderful! And Pussers is one of our faves, too fun.

    Smiles to you,
    tp

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  14. Happy anniversary, even though I know it's a bit belated.

    I know this will probably sound silly since we don't actually know each other, but I really don't feel like it's been an entire year since I read about you getting married. Crazy how time flies.

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