February is kind of a fun month. It usually starts with a weekend of amazing athletes crashing into each other in hopes of winning a large trophy. Did you all know that Tiffany & Co. makes all of the Lombardi trophies and that they are made entirely of sterling silver?
Silver loves to tarnish so I’m sure a few of the more successful franchises (with lots of trophies) have someone specifically assigned to be the trophy polisher.
Fiiiiiine, I’ll be the trophy polisher.
Just once though, and especially for you Seattle. If you ever need your one trophy polished, hit me up!
Valentines Day / /
The night was filled with love and surprise. I took Brooke down to one of the fanciest restaurants in Portland, and although this city has yet to be considered for Michelin Star restaurants, this place would definitely be awarded one if given the chance. We were seated at small round table, one of many floating in the middle of the room. I called ahead and made sure there was a single red rose placed in the middle of the table. We ate that heavenly meal and laughed together. We read love poems and cried together. The owner of the restaurant asked to take our picture. Never had she seen such a couple in love.
The Real Story
So none of that actually happened. They say chivalry is dead, and they might actually be right in my case. I ended up working late and gifted Brooke a waffle iron.
SHE LOVES MAKING WAFFLES, OK?
The boys and I love eating them as well….
So that was our Valentines day. Such a lovely man-made and commercial holiday. I shouldn’t disrespect it though, I mean, it’s kind of a big one for my business.
Thank You //
Thank you for reading! I greatly appreciate all the kind words and support I’ve received in person and though various social media platforms.
YOU ARE WONDERFUL!