This year for Valentine's Day, Aaron and I decided to stay in and cook dinner together.  Our first few years together, that was our Valentine's Day tradition.  The last couple of years we went out, but this year I thought it would be more special (not to mention cheaper) if we went back to our former tradition.  So we made a meal together, bought some ice cream, and watched a movie.  We made salmon with a mustard-parsley glaze and champagne risotto with prosciutto.  Both were delicious!  I'm pretty sure I could have eaten just a big bowl of the risotto alone and been completely satisfied.  

 Speaking of satisfaction, Aaron surprised me by giving me a necklace I discovered while on a shopping trip with a friend.  I didn't buy it at the time, but I came home talking about how gorgeous it was.  The store where he bought it, Francesca's, is a small boutique in Leawood that's filled with unique jewelry, accessories, and clothing.  I was pleasantly surprised that he found the exact necklace I had been gushing about.  Way to go, husband!


I know it's huge, but I absolutely adore it!  Unfortunately, I have no where to store it.  I really need some creative jewelry-storage options.  If anyone has any ideas, let me know.  Well, I hope everyone had a great Valentine's Day!

1 comment:

  1. I have a couple of necklaces this style from Forever 21 in green and black and a clear one from Anthropologie. I love them!!! Just a great way to add a lot of flair to a simple outfit!


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