I like how I summarized hours and hours of effort, all that driving time, phone calls etc etc etc...all into one little paragraph. Too funny.
On February 28th (really the 29th, but not this year), Debbie and I hit 5 years together. Celebrated by staying in. See, Debbie and I gave up going out to eat (lunch, dinner) for lent, so we haven't enjoyed any restaurants in some time. (We are working on figuring where that meal will be on April 13th!)
So, this past weekend we took care of one more piece of the wedding, we went to a weekend retreat at the Cameron Retreat Center, at St. Dominic Archdiocesan Center. We arrived on Friday at 7pm, which was the start to a very loooong weekend! We were in workshops through 1130 on Friday, wakeup at 7 on Saturday, workshops closed out at 11pm, then another 7am wakeup on Sunday. By afternoon, when we were released, we were quite exhausted! Sleeping dorm style, sitting on uncomfortable chairs, and the long hours definitely caught up to us. But, as uncomfortable the weekend was, it was far more valuable to Debbie and I. We've been together for over 5 years, but some of the things we got to talk about will stick with us and help us get through the decades ahead of us!
Last night Debbie and I made our next honeymoon plans, our first night in Rome before the cruise. We booked our hotel at the Casa Montani, a luxory townhouse in the Piazza del Popolo. When I was reading Travel & Leisure, they give it rave reviews...best part, it has only 5 suites! It's more of a bed & breakfast, so it'll be perfect for day 1 of our honeymoon.
View from one of the rooms out onto the Piazza, we'll cross our fingers for this one!
View of the Piazza from the street? I don't know...but it's right there somewhere!
So, let's hope it doesn't take a month for the next update! If it does, I'm sure I'll come with some sort of valid excuse or atleast a well thought out one!