Saturday, February 14, 2009

I love me some Mr. P

When ANYTHING happens, whether it is good or bad, he is the first person I have to talk to, no matter what it is, even when the ANYTHING is him being a donkey door. I know I poke fun of him on my blog, but I need it to be said that I don't do that to belittle him, but because he is funny, and it is in some of those moments that I know he is meant to be mine, and I absolutely love him the best.

When he was so sincerely upset that I didn't fit into the biggest pajama pants they had at Target, or when he told me with a completely straight face that Denzel Washington would play him in a movie of our life, or even when he threatened to divorce me over colby jack cheese, it is those moments that make us who we are.

This is our 20th Valentine's Day as a couple, and to celebrate we got up early and already participated in a 5K, and now we are cleaning up and getting ready to go an adult sleepover at the Georgia Aquarium. There will be a fancy dinner by Wolfgang Puck, then a lecture called "Motion in the Ocean" about aquatic animal sex, then we will camp out watching the fish. Maybe it isn't your kind of day, but for us? It is perfect! Here's to everyone having their own version of perfect today. Cheers.

8 comments:

DAVs said...

Awww, Mr. P sounds like a keeper!

Jen L. said...

That sounds like great fun! And you're right--all that matters is that you're together. We drove out to the country to look at an old hooptie truck this morning. And it was fun. :)

creative kerfuffle said...

this is a great post. yeah for you and mr. p : ) sounds like a great evening.

Anonymous said...

Have fun! I'm looking forward to pictures...tracy

workhardeatwell said...

Happy 20 VDays together!

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

Aww...sounds like a wonderful valentine.

kathi said...

Great tribute to Mr. P and your 20 V-Days together. I think that a great sense of humor is so important... it's hard to spend a few days, let alone a lifetime, with someone lacking in that regard!

That night at the aquarium sounds like big fun to me, too. Except for your Twitter about fish waking up early, because I sure don't LOL. The museums, aquarium and zoos here have the sleepovers for kids on a regular basis, and occasionally have them for adults like the one you went to.

Amy said...

Glad you had a great Valentine's Day!

 
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