(taken on my phone right after the show)
I have been struggling to find words to describe how terrific our date was on Saturday.
How do you describe perfection?
Frankly, I have been a little depressed all week in the aftermath.
(Times Square on a Saturday. On our way to Brian’s office)
It was our (early) anniversary present to ourselves.
We escaped the children for 12 hours (12 hours people!).
We went into the city just the two of us.
(These pictures make me laugh.)
I road the subway for the first time with no children. (What an easy, convenient, and rather pleasant way to travel! Who knew?!)
The Lion King on Broadway was FANTASTIC.
I finally got to see Brian’s office.
Our dinner here was incredible.
We went to Gotham Comedy Club to see Jimmy Fallon and Bobby Slayton. Oops, and Robin Williams just happened to be sitting behind us.
It was a lovely, rainy night, Brian remembered his umbrella, and there was a cool breeze coming in from the water.
And just in case you are wondering, my Heaven is:
Walking with my arm around Brian under an umbrella while the traffic roars by us.
Crying/laughing/sobbing a bit at the spectacular opening of “The Lion King” as I cling to his arm and eat pretzels.
Laughing with each other at the restaurant when we were so unfamiliar with eating at such a nice place. I kept accidentally making eye contact with the server and he kept coming over to see what I needed immediately! Also I cleaned my plate, which I never do in a restaurant.
Laughing for an hour at the comedians while playing footsie with my dear husband, and Robbie (can I call you Robbie, Robin Williams?) laughed along just a few feet away.
Coming home to find the babies that we made together sleeping peacefully after a fun day with the babysitter.
This video is shaky, and might make you a bit dizzy.
But, it does give you a pretty good feel for Times Square, AND I look at you like I love you at the end. Because I loooove me some Brian!