Yesterday marked our two years of being married. Where the heck did all that time go??? I’m ageing faster than you can say Ineedbotox 😛 The hubs was in Latvia for work the past week, and arrived home at midnight. He was tired. I wasn’t feeling well. It was a simple “Happy-Anniversary” affair.
This morning, I drove to the post office with him in tow, but he had already guessed that I was gonna drive to the post office to pick up his gift that had arrived from the US. I got him this as a gift, seeing how much he loves his wine. It is a highly acclaimed wine aerator that makes wine “breathe” without the use of a cumbersome decanter. My friend Tony helped me post it from the US. Thanks Tony! I got taxed a frigging 10.40EUR for it though. Friggin’ customs/Italian government/thieves/*$&%$*% I wonder what criteria they use on deciding to tax an item. My Kitchen Aid attachments came in a box that was 5 times the size of this, and I didn’t get taxed for it.
Anywayyy, the hubs surprised me with a present too. Totally didn’t expect it. He’s gonna bring me for a 3 week trip to Malmo in Sweden next month! It coincides with some training programme that he has to attend, so we get to stay at the Hilton 😀 Not that’s its a huge deal, hotels in Europe are nowhere as fancy as the ones in Asia, I always wonder why. Then again, I’m grateful to be able to stay at the Hilton as opposed to some other ordinary hotel. Thank you babes!
I’m glad that I will be able to escape the crazy heat in August. Summer here can be hotter than in Malaysia. Once or twice last year, it hit 40 degrees celcius. Malmo is a nice city I’ve heard, multi-ethnic too, and hubs has already planned to bring me to this Thai restaurant that he says is quite good. OMG THAI FOOD I love thee. There are malls nearby too, and woot, I’m excited already. If Malmo turns out to be THAT good, we may one day decide to live in Sweden instead, heh. The company HB works for is Swedish anyway, and he may have an option to transfer there someday if we want to. For the time being, I’ll put up with the language barrier, crazy drivers, hamsap men, lunatic neighbours and boring lovely pasta that makes Italy, Italy. 🙂
Two years have passed soooo very quickly babes. Here’s to many more years of happiness together! Ti amo.