A Milwaukee style wedding anniversary celebration

Craig and I celebrated our 2nd wedding anniversary last night Milwaukee style. By that I mean we went to Kopps Frozen Custard instead of a fancy dinner somewhere downtown.

pics Aug 22 2011 009 Kopps custard

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The reason we did this is because my colitis was acting up again (blame it on the junk food I ate while moving Craig’s sister on Saturday) and eating a big dinner out is never a good thing when my stomach is bothering me.

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Craig had a fish sandwich and vanilla custard.

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I chose one of the flavors of the day, tiramisu custard. I had a salad at home later on and made one for my lunch today too.

pics Aug 22 2011 001 tiramisu

We sat by the romantic waterfall at Kopps. πŸ™‚

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To me, the sign of a good relationship is being able to have fun and go with the flow together. I consider what we did for our anniversary just that type of situation. I had fun catching up with Craig, hearing about the NPR greek yogurt story he had just heard on his way home from work, and talking about life in general. I didn’t need to be sitting at a fancy restaurant, having dinner, to enjoy his company and celebrate our two years of marriage together.

Tonight, Craig and I are going to my work family picnic, so I won’t be around later. Have a wonderful afternoon and evening!

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3 responses to “A Milwaukee style wedding anniversary celebration

  1. Sounds like a wonderful anniversary to me! And I adore frozen custard, I don’t even think the Graeter’s Ice Cream that we have in Cincinnati can beat that πŸ™‚

  2. Happy Anniversary, I almost make it a point not to go all out on mine πŸ™‚ I think that for our 6th one I will want to stay home and watch movies all.day.long. Awesome

  3. Happy Anniversary again!!! I think as long as you are together on your anniversary, it doesn’t matter what you do (or don’t do)!

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