Other than that, the Mr. and I celebrated 2 years of wedded bliss on Tuesday, October 1st. We originally bought plane tickets and all that jazz for Boulder, CO. We wanted a change of scenery. However, due to the recent flooding, we decided to cancel that trip and stay in Texas.
Quick side note about the lone star state: You can drive for hours on end (ex: 11 hours) and still be in Texas. This state is huge, okay? So my point is: there is still a lot of fun stuff to do around here. So, we decided to stay close to home and go to Fredericksburg.
Fredericksburg is a cute little German town where my ancestors come from! It's also very well known for all the wineries around that part of the state. It sits in the beautiful hill country and is such a nice change from the fast pace of Austin.
We stayed at Baron's Creekside and I would HIGHLY recommend staying there. The cabins are so cute and quaint! If you go to their website, you can actually do a 360 degree tour of their available cabins. Take a look at the amazingness:
Speaking of wine, here's a little snapshot of me enjoying some Chardonnay at Pedernales Cellars. They had a HUGE front porch that we sat on and watched the farm animals wondering around. Can we please go back?!?! Seriously so relaxing.
That guy... he loves his wife. Oh, and I have a matching shirt that says, "This girl loves her husband." HA. Ross cracked up and proudly wore it. Isn't he a sport???
His gift to me was just as awesome. He designed a Topo Chico shirt by using Skreened.com. I've told y'all time and time again that he and I are obsessed with that drank, so it was only fitting. He also got himself a matching one. Presh. Just presh.
All in all, no matter where you live, I would highly recommend getting a nice little cottage/cabin and post up for a few days with your main squeeze. We had the best time ever. Being married to your best friend is AWESOME.
Happy Monday lovies.