It's a small world after all.....

My fabulous hubby Mike

As of today I've been married 6 years and 1 day to a fabulous guy named Mike. My husband is my best friend and is one of the smartest people I know (he's also pretty darn handsome!). He's funny, silly, smart, compassionate, and we have a great time together. When I first met Mike in college we realized that we had been at the same track meet when we were in high school and I remembered thinking that it was so nutty that we could have been at the same place at the same time and then meet all these years later. I realized what a small world it was.

So yesterday to celebrate our anniversary we went to Disneyland and had a blast. I haven't been feeling the greatest lately and it was nice to be at the happiest place on earth with the person that makes me the happiest girl on earth and even though I wasn't up to riding any of the rides we had fun looking at the different Disney pins (I'm a pin trading nut). Mike is what I would like to call an "enabler," especially when it comes to pins. This trip he finally picked out a few pins of his own, granted they were Star Wars themed Mr. potato head pins, but still, the effort was appreciated.

We also entered the realm of Department 56 at downtown Disney. On a recent trip to Vegas with my folks my mom and I started collecting different village series of Department 56. My mom is collecting this and I started to collect this. Well after looking around the store Mike discovered this village. I naturally protested against him insisting that since they were having a sale we should collect both villages. That Mike, well he can be pretty persuasive. I was glad that we both liked the North Pole village although Mike had his eye on something from the original snow village series. One never knows when they may need a decorated cow at the north pole.

It was a super fun day and a great way to spend our anniversary. I am so thankful to be married to my best friend and it was nice to have such a fun day. Today has been a rather lazy day, Mike and I watched the Charger game (well Mike watched it and I organized my pin collection). Its been a good weekend.

No new news on the crafting front. I've been continuing to work on my free-form crochet purse that has taken on a life of its own but it keeps me from being distracting and freaking out about having this. I think I'm starting to get a bit more scared lately and I think it has to do with everything sinking in. I keep reminding myself that "its all a process" it was nice to spend time at Disneyland and be distracted by it all. It was good to feel a little "normal" for change.