What do all these have in common? They are all delicious things made with lemons. Sorry I was so hard on you guys last time. My apologizes.
The eve-before-Christmas Eve I was avidly decorating our little house trying to get into the Christmas spirit. I was listening to the Country Christmas Spotify station, hanging ornaments on our stick tree and wrapping framed photos. And I was feeling the love, trying to forget I’d rather be in Prague/Munich/Home.
Then Jeff came over and said he’d reserved a hotel and spa down in Copenhagen for the night as a mini-vacation. I had never been to a spa and was super excited. I packed my bags, we grabbed a bottle of champagne, and we bus-trained downtown.
After dropping our stuff off at our charming, organic hotel, Axel Hotel Guldsmeden, we went to Sticks and Sushi at the top of the Tivoli Hotel and enjoyed some delicious sushi (my absolute fave). The sushi was amazing, and then it was time to spa. We were the only people in the entire place which was awesome because we really had no idea what we were doing. But it was still relaxing.
So then we were just hangin’ in the room watching A Christmas Carol, and Jeff suggested I get the champagne, and I opened the fridge and this was there:
I don’t think I’ve seen a prettier and more perfect ring in my life from a more perfect and wonderful man… who is now my fiancé! And the best part is that both of our families had a hand in delivering the ring to Jeff in Denmark. So sweet. I couldn’t be more happy or excited.
On our way home there were Christmas carolers in the train station, and it was just a very perfect cap to the two days.
Oh, and this is how we delivered the news via interwebs:
I thought it was a clever and perfect way to make the announcement (notice Gia tucked in there).
Have I said “perfect” enough this post? Forgive me, I’m giddy.
Hope you all had a very Merry and perfect Christmas as well!!
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