Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Our Third Anniversary

First, we'd like to thank everyone for the cards, calls, texts, facebook messages, and gifts. It was wonderful to be remembered and thought of from all across the country.

Arirang is one of our favorite restaurants in the area. We've been there probably a dozen times now, including Jonathan's birthday dinner and once while his parents were in town. So, it fit well that we have our Anniversary Dinner there this year. We have quite the history of celebrating special moments with hibachi/teppanyaki, and Arirang did not let us down.

We invited several people to join us, and we ended up with a total of six for dinner, which was good, considering we set it up for our actual anniversary, which was on a Tuesday this year. We had a delicious meal, and everyone was able to catch a piece of zucchini in his or her mouth (this chef gave each person three tries, so that helped, too!). As always, the food was excellent, and I had my leftovers on the way to the airport the next day (more on that in the next post).

After dinner, we headed back to our apartment for champagne and red velvet cake (which, by the way, is a pain to find up here in PA. I went to 12 stores, 3 had it, and none were that great), and to watch various parts of the wedding video. We showed the "trailer" and the middle part of the ceremony, then the exciting parts of the reception (read: entrance, cake cutting, bouquet toss, car decorating, etc.). We also spent some time recounting various parts of our courtship, which is always entertaining (I will never tire of seeing people's expressions when we mention that we didn't live together the first year we were married, LoL).

Between this memorable night, the Niagara Falls trip a couple weeks prior, and the Bahamas trip in the days that followed (to be posted sometime in the next week or so), I think it's safe to say that we won't forget our third anniversary.

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