Our Anniversary.

So Jon made a delicious breakfast of french toast, sausage and some orange juice.
Then after some hanging out we got the girls ready for a birthday party.
After we dropped them off we saw Juno, which we both enjoyed.

Later that day we left the girls with Beth, or Sis. Jewitt, since in a last minute decision her daughters went out of town with their father.
She gave them some necklaces to win them over since her daughters weren’t there to play with them.

We ate at Austin’s inside Texas Station.
It was delicious and absolutely the best filet mignon I have ever had, though I don’t eat filet minion very often, but it was so good.
Since we had a gift card to help with the cost we spared no expense. It really was delicious, but a lot more than we would ever regularly spend or have ever spent.

We picked the girls up and retired home.

It was a wonderful anniversary and I loved spending time with my husband.

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