The highlight was going for a drive with the hubs while Baby Bananaface slept in the backseat. We drove out to his childhood home and neighborhood and he gave me a tour of his old schools, church, and hangouts. It was nice to see where he grew up. I love imagining my love as a young man and having the images to go with his stories is lovely for my visually minded self.
We stopped at a local park where the hubs swore remnants of an old internment camp were, but the signs claimed it was simply a military prison. We were unconvinced and a little confused but used the opportunity to take some pictures of me and BB on our special "9 months in/9 months out" anniversary.
|Broke out the mittens for the 1st time!|
|It was frigid, BB's nose went red like mine though you can't see it here.|
After BB woke up we headed back into town and hit up Barnes & Noble at the local mall. Walked the mall a bit but it was crowded and we were hungry so we bailed for noodles/pho and then back home. No major shopping, nothing extravagant bought, no stampedes.
|The hubs with his candid shooting again.|
I said, "I look like I'm gonna kick your ass," and he said,
"Yeah, that's how you usually look."
Looking at it now I think:
Huh, I look pale. Whoa, that's saying something!