Holy Moly, who the heck are those younguns? Hard to believe we have been married for 27 years! It sure went fast eh babe? We got a few more wrinkles, a few more pounds, a little less hair, a lot smaller eyeglasses, but still in love as ever.
Today Jeff had the day off so we had to move our safe deposit box from the bank in Mesa to a bank closer to home and then I said "let's go to lunch at the Bavarian Point". Jeff thought that was a great idea. It first started many years ago, when I wanted to surprise him to an Anniversary dinner. Before I met Jeff he was in the Army in Germany so I found a German restaurant and we went there for dinner. We have gone there almost every year since. We always tease as we drive in the parking lot how our yearly dinner keeps them in business. I don't know why we don't go more often the food is delicious. I think when my BFF Tracy comes we'll have to go.
So I was a dork and forgot to take my camera and only had My Precious to take pictures, but better then nothing.
Jeff ordered an Optimator beer, this is a German beer. The waitress asked him something when he ordered and he answered and I didn't hear either of them, so when it came (big enough to swim in) I was like holy moly look at the size of it. He even got a cramp in his finger a few times from lifting the dang glass. I can NOT stand beer, I can't stand the smell, the taste, anything at all about it, so I always give Jeff a hard time about drinking it. In fact the other day I found this sign when we were antiquing and it all became clear to me…
…it was a lightbulb moment!
Beef filet covered with deep fried onions
served with roasted potatoes and red cabbage
Scallop of pork covered with mushroom sauce
served with spatzles
I got the menu off the website, although Jeff does not remember getting red cabbage with his. I love the spatzles. Last time I got a different kind of schnitzel and Jeff got what I got this time and I liked his better so I made sure to order it this time around.
Sorry that this post was not super exciting, but today was such a nice day, and I wanted to share it with you.
Oh and to all of you that have emailed about Toby he is doing much better, thank you so much, and to those of you suggesting I wrapToby's meds in food/cheese/peanut butter…I would but they gave us liquid medicine. In fact I have to soften his food and he loves it, and eats it right up, so tomorrow I am going to try to squirt his medicine on it after it is softened, cross your fingers, cause tonight he actually wore his antibiotics when he moved his head at the last minute. An 8 pound dog is stronger then two grown adults. They make it look so easy at the vets. You'd think they were professionals. They did call to check on him and I did tell them that I wished they gave me pills so they said to give it a day or so and if it does not get better they will see about pills, but he is so little I'd have to be cutting the pills and I can see how that might be a problem so I am hoping putting it on his food will work.
Well this old girl is headed to bed, I was on the computer too much yesterday and my mouse arm is killing me up around my neck.
Have an awesome Wednesday and thanks for stopping in.