The new Aladdin movie came out and Lance and I went to see it. I loved it! Jasmine was my favorite Disney princess growing up (we all have a favorite Disney princess, right!?!) so watching the movie brought me back to my childhood. I had about every princess costume growing up but Jasmine was always my girl. When I figured out I could have Mac be Rajah (jasmines pet tiger) then it was game on to be Aladdin, Jasmine and Rajah for Halloween. It was all pretty fitting because Lance just like Aladdin is my prince and Mac just like Rajah is a loyal, noble pet companion. 💗
The hubs and I share the same birthday. We like to try to get out and travel somewhere new for our day! We drove up to Fredricksburg, VA this year. It was a quick day trip with my loves to see what the city about an hour away is like. It was right up our alley- Sweet and charming.
I dragged the doods in and out of boutiques and antique/thrift shops. That’s basically what the town was filled with, which is fine by me!
I found some bath goodies at this shop. I’m a sucker for hand crafted bath products and this store was filled with them! They even make their products at the shop and you can watch them do it.
We stopped for a ”large snack” at this local resturant.
Mac thought his water bowl was somewhere cool to sit I guess….
Before heading out we stumbled into this book store. wow- It was adorable! It had endless books upstairs, downstairs and everywhere in between. Everytime you turned a corner you were greeted by a cozy chair begging you to sink in with a good read. We got this handsome nerd a book and t-shirt and headed back home. He’s easy to please- no fancy bath balms required.
I’m just so happy to be 28 and feeling great! For the first time in my life I’m no longer living in chronic pain. This year is going to be my best year yet. I can just feel it. 💗
This isn’t your typical restaurant. The building now used for fine dining was once a halfway house. It was built in 1760 on a grant of land from George II from England and is still standing strong! It was once used as a rest stop for people traveling south of Richmond during the Revolution until the 19th century. George Washington, the Marquis de LaFayette, Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, Robert E. Lee, U.S. Grant, James Whitcomb Riley and others were once here.
It was pretty funny that we had dinner at there yesterday because Lance got an email at dinner that he passed (with an A I must add #proudwife) the second part of getting his CPA. This makes him HALFWAY through it. woot woot!