I can't believe it's been two years since we got married! Sometimes I feel like it just happened yesterday, and other times I feel like Doc and I have always been married. May 9, 2009 was one of the best nights of my life, and I often wish I could go back and do it all over again. Yes, I would take the stress of pouring rain, a hair dresser that showed up an hour late, and seeing those flowers (oh, those horrible, horrible flowers) for the first time all over again if it meant I could relive the party we had that night!
Doc came home with a bouquet of white roses today.
He actually comes home with flowers pretty regularly. He really is so sweet to me.
We exchanged gifts today too. First, can I brag about my husband's awesome wrapping job? Check it out!
Didn't he do a great job? Heart paper, stacked boxes, and curling ribbon! I am so proud. I thought it was so pretty I almost didn't want to open it.
Almost. I admired it for a minute but then I tore into those boxes. My hubs followed the traditional wedding gift theme of giving something cotton for the second year. I opened two pairs of soft cotton jammies that I'm excited to have for our upcoming vacation.
I, on the other hand, did not do a very good job of making Doc's gift look pretty. My wrapping consisted of throwing a black garbage bag over it before present it to him. Sad.
In my defense, it was a pretty odd shape and I didn't know how to wrap it. I gave Doc this cool fan for his office.
Doc spends about 2-3 hours of every work day on conference calls. He has to close the door to have these calls and since his office doesn't have an air conditioning vent, he's usually hot and suffocating by the time he can finally open his door back up. This fan should help cool him off and keep him from sweating through his cotton shirts. (See what I did there? Cotton gift - bam!) Plus, hopefully he'll think of me every time he feels that cool oscillating breeze.
We had a wonderful dinner at Flight to celebrate tonight. I'm so full I'm surprised I made it through this whole post before slipping into a food coma.
Happy anniversary, Doc! I love you to the moon and back.