Needless-to-say, our family wasn’t really happy about that. So… they convinced us to get married at the courthouse and have an “intimate” family dinner. The dinner guest list started getting bigger and bigger… and bigger. I think you know how it goes; “Oh, you have to invite so and so, they will be really upset if you don’t.” The small intimate family dinner became more of a reception with about 85 guests. It was very stressful, but it was fun.
Since that day, we don’t really plan anything for our anniversary. We just go with the flow…
After our Saturday morning breakfast; hubby asked me if I wanted to have dinner at Chef Todd English’s newest restaurant, Crossbar at the Limelight. Of course my reply was, “heck yes!”
By the afternoon, I started craving Southern BBQ. I asked the hubby if he wanted to go on a road trip searching for some Southern BBQ. Without skipping a beat, he Googled BBQ pits around the area. As he searched, he found out that DC was having a Summer of Food Month and that weekend was Belgium Food Week.
We looked at each other… DC it is! As I packed a weekend bag, he booked the hotel. By early Saturday evening, we were in our car trucking from Jersey to DC. I love being care free! As sad as this sound, we have never been to Washington DC. So, we were super excited.
Our commute was perfect until we hit Baltimore, MD and bumper to bumper traffic. We were stuck in traffic for hours during a heat wave; oh, did I mention our air conditioning isn’t working. Yup! Gross…
We arrived at the hotel at 10:00PM exhausted, but excited to start our morning.