Mark and I recently enjoyed "high tea" at a little tea room. And the cool thing is, he was excited about it. I try not to brag openly about my sweet husband too often, because, well, I'm completely spoiled and people wouldn't believe all the stuff he does for me. He's completely awesome and treats me much better than I deserve. He is up for literally anything, and never complains. From shopping to tea rooms, from indulging me in my random dance parties to letting me tell him all about my homework, he is such a good sport. And genuinely. If it's important to me, it's important to him. But the tea room, this was his thing. (-:
Mark decided to go "pinky up" with his tea cup. They had Earl Grey, my personal fav, so it was perfect.
We had yummy sandwiches and scones, and then we had some awesome desserts.
I remember when I was little I would make Earl Grey tea like every night and drink it while I read. That's probably why I was able to stay up so late reading because I drank that tea, now that I think about it. Ha. Plus, I usually read books that scared the jeepers out of me, so I would too scared to sleep. Flashlight under the covers, anyone? Oh yes, I was such a rebel. Of all things to get in trouble for. (-: All that to say, I've loved tea my whole life.
We had a great time with fun conversation, and I'm so thankful for a wonderful husband who is my best friend in all the world. Every day I just sit back and think, "Who knew marriage could be so completely awesome and such a delight?" I am continually blown away. Good stuff. Better than I could have ever imagined. Party every day.
"There is no more lovely, friendly, and charming relationship, communion, or company than a good marriage."
- Martin Luther