I'm excited. Man I'm jazzed. I'm getting my front sway-bar installed tomorrow, and probably my wheels, too. I can't wait to get rid of the front-end mushiness that's developed since installing the rear-bar. I also can't wait to get a wider stripe of rubber on the road. I just really hope the weather's nice on Monday for our trip to Williamsburg!
(BACKSTORY)Amanda and I met in Williamsburg, when we were both sophomores at William & Mary. Our relationship developed over three years of secondary education, and we both have a very soft spot in our hearts for our beloved little college town. We take every opportunity to head down there, both for the outlet malls (Le Creuset outlet! Can I get an "amen"?!) and for the colonial goodness. We still have a couple of friends down there, too. It's a beautiful and wonderful little town. Go there or you suck.(/BACKSTORY)
So Amanda made me one hell of a meal for Valentine's Day. She cooked up cornish game hens, laid them on a bed of orzo, and prepared a spicy broccoli-with-orange-zest dish to go with it. Everything was absolutely perfect, right down to the dark chocolate homemade pudding for dessert. Yum! For her efforts, she was rewarded with Ice Bat and Emily the Strange cards. Big hits, both. Amanda also gave me a really neat river-stone from Haiti that had been carved into a heart. I'm not sure, but I think that woman loves me. I know I love her.
Egads it's beautiful outside. I wanna go play.