Sunday, November 23, 2008

La Jolla Stroll

Our drive to San Diego went smoothly. When we got here it was early enough for all of us to take the kids to the happiest place on earth, the one, the only, Chuck E Cheese (this of coarse is my least favorite place). However it was perfect for three little girls that had spent a whole 9 hours in the car. They all ran and played and I will admit, I had fun. Jenn and I played skeet ball to our hearts content.
It was so fun to see Dean. When we got the kids into bed, Cindy and Eric watched the girls so we could drive Ben & Cristin (Dean's brother and his wife) to the hotel near the air port. They flew to Amsterdam today for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Then Dean took me to La Jolla. We were there at around midnight, but it was still hopping. Restaurants were busy and people were strolling along the streets. All the boutiques and art galleries were closed but we window "shopped" if you will. It was a blast. Then we walked down to the sea wall and looked at all the sleeping sea lions. The baby sea lions are so cute. It was so magical spending time with my sweetheart. I love it that he took me to La Jolla because he thought I would love looking around. We had a blast. I am hoping to get away one more time with just him before we head back to Reno.
Hope everyone is having a lovely week. I can't wait to post about tomorrows surprise for my mother in law. It should be a total blast.


Elissa said...

so jealous that you had a date with your hubby and that you can stay up until midnight!!!!

zana said...

Summer - Your call last night actually pepped me up a bit and I was able to study a little longer! I hope you and your MIL have a great time today!
Tell everyone hello for me!

KKJD1 said...

what a romance story! Sounds like lots of fun! Enjoy! Blessings, karen

FamiLee said...

I am glad that were were romanced and that you can be with Dean...I only get my hubby on the weekends and I already miss him!

The Vintage Sister Studio said...

Sounds like a good I love Chuck E Cheese pizza! Gourmet, I know:)
Happy Thanksgiving!