Wednesday, August 30, 2006

August Happiness Challenge ~ Aug 30 ~ My honey's birthday


Today is Justin's birthday. We've started a tradition of taking each other's birthdays off work and celebrating. I highly recommend it! Today we headed down to the Beaches to indulge in coffee and French toast and then a walk along the boardwalk. The weather was gorgeous. It was sunny but cool and lovely and oh, so quiet, which is a rare treat in the Beaches.

Then we spontaneously decided to check out the movies and ended up seeing Snakes on a Plane. Holy cow, I thought it would be like Anaconda but it was more like the disaster movies of the '70s. What a roller coaster ride of shrieks and laughter. I actually jumped out of my seat at one point, which pretty much kept us laughing for the rest of the movie!

I love having special time with my husband. We have such a good time together. He's the best thing that ever happened to me.


6 comments:

Jessie said...

Your happiness just sort of spills over and makes me happy too. I'm glad you have found someone so wonderful and perfect for you. I like the idea of taking each other's birthday off from work. My hubby and I like to clear as much of the day as possible for each other too, but the WHOLE day sounds even better!

Shannon said...

What a great happiness post!!! Sounds like you two had a wonderful day and have the pics to prove it - looks perfect!

melba said...

So happy you had a fun day together. we try to do that too on each other's birthdays, but now we aren't alone. Our 5th Wedding Anniversary is coming up and I would really like to go away together and just have some couple time.

chest of drawers said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Justin!!! What a lovely day and what a lovely couple!

hundred and one said...

How lovely. Happy to hear you had such a wonderful day.

Sacred Suzie said...

Happy Birthday to Justin from me too! Sounds like you had a perfectly fun day. I can't believe you went to see Snakes on a Place Jamie! Wasn't it such fun? So silly but you're right, it was very 70s disaster, much more so than Poseidon.