- The Fam
So, we like to celebrate holidays and there are a few reasons why. I’ll post about one of those reasons on Thursday. But another reason is that it simply breaks up the monotony.
Husband and I celebrated Valentine’s Day twice this year. Our first date was last Wednesday when we went to the Jazz/Lakers game.
We had just enough time to go and eat at the California Pizza Kitchen before the game. We were determined to make it to the game BEFORE it started. We are almost always late…and there is some excited lights and sounds that I don’t like to miss. It’s important to the sports psyche. SO, the California Pizza Kitchen, my first time eating there…it was okay. Kinda what I expected. The idea of non-traditional pizza toppings piled onto a pizza crust is not that appealing to me…it seems so…wrong.
Husband had the tostada pizza….which again, gross. I had the mushroom with walnut pesto pizza. It was actually pretty good…but I had to scarf it and that is never good. Does anyone have suggestions in the case I ever go back? Let me know…
The game was a disappointment because they lost after a 9 game winning streak. Husband thinks he is bad luck because every live sports game he has been to lately his team lost. That’s too bad. Wow, I’m really making the night to be a bummer and it totally wasn’t. Why? First, I was with Husband, alone. Second, I ate some red vines with popcorn. Really the only reason why I go to sports events!
Our second date was the night of Valentine’s when the girls went to bed. We rented the Time Travelers Wife (which I have been waiting to watch forever) and ate a bunch of snacks. It’s a tradition for us to eat fondue on Valentines…and then we also ate cheesecake and gourmet vanilla creme soda. Random, but I was in the mood for creme soda!
And, nothin like some good lovin. Nuff said.
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