Okay, let’s address this second picture. Let’s just get this out of the way. It’s ridiculous, I know. We are hanging on to the table and each other for dear life. Not to mention that this is such a classic honeymoon pose. Or at least honeymoon circa 2006-2009. Before people took a lot of selfies or pictures of their food but all meals on a vacation like a honeymoon had to be documented for Facebook. Sean was taking my picture and a waiter noticed and offered to take a picture of us together. Why not, we thought. When do we ever get someone else to take our picture on just a regular date? So here we are having a great time and looking awkward.
We really did have a great time!
We went to a steakhouse that promised to elevate the classics. Now, usually I’m all about some Gorgonzola snow, but this is a take on a wedge. We love our wedges, Sean and me. We get a craving for them every now and then. In my personal opinion, the wedge should be left alone. The people who are drawn to wedges in the first place are not looking for snow. They want all the bleu cheese and bacon. We liked our meal overall, though.
Our restaurant was in the MGM Grand at the National Harbor. (Baby Wes and I have visited!…the Harbor, I mean.) It has been so terribly hot here, but we lucked out because it was a beautiful night. Just perfect. My preference is to always sit outside if it’s bearable, and I’m so glad we were able to enjoy a dinner and a little walk outside. And a little snuggle because they had chairs that mostly fit two. 🙂
It was a really nice time. The only downfall is that this was our last date with our most favorite sitter staying with Wes and Madeline.
She’s getting married and we couldn’t be happier, but good sitters are so hard to find! I’m so grateful we had her to sit for us for 3 years!!