It was a good one. Lemme tell you.
Friday night, I went downtown (Cleveland) for a friend’s bachelorette party. We saw a comedy show at Hilarities, ate at Pickwick & Frolic, and then hit Flannery’s, the Mexican place (can’t remember the name) and The Corner Alley. It was a lot of fun! I had never really “done” East 4th Street before.
So I got to see two girls from college, made some new friends, and got to go out on the town. The next morning, I drove to Pennsylvania where Mike and I took a 22 mile bike ride down the Allegheny River, rented some movies (3 Ninjas, baby!) and went out to dinner for Mike’s birthday.
Mike’s birthday is TODAY! Just in case you were wondering. (I always get a little sad about this because we
can never be together on our birthdays. My wish for his birthday–and my own–and every other opportunity I have to make a wish is that we can be together every day from now on.)
And on Sunday, we did my favorite thing. We did the domestic thing. We washed cars, went to the grocery store, went shopping, cooked dinner, watched television. It was perfect. It makes me really think about the trend we started when we started leaving each other for jobs. We’re meant to be. Make a wish when you blow out your candles without me, Baby.
Happy Birthday, and I love you!