14 November 2007

Alles Gute zum Hochzeitstag!

Yesterday was our 2nd anniversary. So we got all gussied up and went to dinner at Chez Fritz.

Dinner was fabulous. GLH was able to have a steak, which he loved, and they made a special vegetarian meal for me, as the vegetarian menu options are limited. But I loved the pumpkin ravioli!

A few years ago we decided to stop exchanging gifts and travel somewhere instead. So this weekend we are headed to London.

However, that doesn't mean we cannot still exchange cards, now does it? Yes, GLH, I am talking to YOU!

Would someone please remind GLH of this when it gets closer to Valentine's Day (14 February), my birthday (3 May) and, of course, next year's anniversary?

I could do it myself, but it kind of ruins it when I have to remind him. Again...

6 comments:

Pointless Drivel said...

Come on, GLH, what is wrong with you? It's a card, for crying out loud! They have those in Europe, don't they?

And for future reference: When she says she doesn't want to give gifts, she means SHE doesn't want to give YOU a gift. You still have to come up with something.

Anonymous said...

GL, You're pretty. :-)

And thanks Pointless for the clarification. I still struggle with the little things but should know better.

owner of the imaginary cat said...

One has to remember to be able to remind - sorry I don't think I will be help with that.

The Big Finn said...

Yes, but the fact that you stopped exchanging gifts also doesn't mean that you HAVE TO exchange cards. Mrs. TBF and I have not exchanged cards in a zillion years, and I'm happy about it. For most men, the card thing is the bane of their existence. With my mom: the card for any occasion has to be received by her enough in advance (at least one week) so that it can be displayed on the mantel. With my dad: a phone call the day of, or even a couple of days after, will suffice.
Being a guy is a lot of work!

Expat Traveler said...

Happy anniversary! ours is Dec. 10th, right there behind ya (and yes 2 yrs)...

Expat Traveler said...

p.s. I'm utterly jealous of your travels!