Sanjaya Malakar or I am Moving to Canada
So a lot of you wanted to know more about the ring that Edgar and I were looking at. This is where Aimee and Laurel slap me and Frema starts getting it on with Luke because she can. The ring we were looking at had a platinum or white gold band. I'm not sure because that part doesn't matter to me as long as it has a silver look--we'd at least do plantinum prongs though because they hold the diamond better. The ring was 4 pronged and had a round cut diamond. Sparkly, sparkly diamond. It was just so beautiful and classic. I really just want a simple, classic ring. For the wedding band I'd probably get a band wrapped in lots of little diamonds, but that's jumping ahead a bit. So, when we get engaged is pretty much up to Edgar now. It was fun looking at the rings so he had an idea of what I like, which coincidentally was also what he really likes too. So, it was fun...now we'll just wait and see.
Last weekend we celebrated our anniversary (a month late) in Williamsburg. We had so much fun walking around the colonial parts of town, stopping at this great cheese shop, appropriately named "The Cheese Shop." We spent way too much money on cheese and wine, but it was so worth it. We went out to dinner and I had some awesome pasta with shrimp and sun dried tomatoes in it and we got a piece of cheese cake to take back to the room with us. Needless to say, we've worked out every night since. I'm trying to lose the 5 pounds I've put on since the beginning of the year. I have about 3 more to go. Okay, everyone slap me again and call the whambulance. It's just that I feel icky when my pants get tight (I know I complained about this in my last post, but it was sooo long ago, can't I complain again?) Anyway, back to the weekend o' love and romance...
...the place we stayed at was really nice and it had a large bathtub with jets. Is that called a hot tub or jacuzzi? I never know the difference. There was also one of those fireplaces you turn on with a switch and a king size bed. It was really relaxing and fun!
And to conclude, I leave you with Edgar in Williamburg with an old fashion rolling pin or something of the sort, me looking like a tool by a horse and these great pictures I took of my contortionist dog, which just crack me up so I thought I'd share.