Johnny and I celebrated our four year wedding anniversary yesterday. We decided to go to Bluepointe for sushi. I had never had sushi and was so excited. Their sushi was awesome to say the least, and I handled chop sticks. We had a california roll, super crunch, and a spider roll. I had planned on only sushi but Johnny insisted that I get an entre. I orderd Phad Thia noodles which they told me was spicey but for me they would make it mild. Yeah right! My mouth was on fire. I tried everything to cool it down but it wasn't happening. I told Johnny that I just couldn't do it, I couldn't eat it. The waitress was great she said "Don't eat what you can't" and she brought me the spider sushi roll which I loved. Oh, if you go there try there Blutinis. They are blueberry and blackberry martinis they are soooo good. I am not much of a drinker only once in a blue moon or on special occasions like this one so when I say something is good you beter believe it. After dinner we went to downtown Roswell they were having a festival type event, Alive After Five. All the shops were open and there were drinks and food. People were everywhere we couldn't believe how crowded it was. It was fun just to walk around and go into the shops. We even just sat on a park bench and people watched. We left and came home and played scrabble our favorite game to play against each other. I love it because I usually win and he has his masters in english education...go figure. It was a great night just to go out and have a date. We hadn't been on a date since Valentine's Day so it ment a lot.
Every time we have an anniversary I remeber our wedding day, how all the events went down, and the stress of it all. My hair was the biggest issue the girl didn't do it right and my bridesmaids especially Chelsea and Kristen came to the rescue and fixed it. Natalie standing up for me and when my mom and I got into a huge arguement. The rain right before I was suppose to walk outside and see Johnny standing under the gazebo. Instead we got married inside where we were suppose to have our reception. At least it wasn't hot in there. In all it was one of the best days of my life and I am so greatful to have the memories and celebrate with every passing year.