This weekend my romantic and very generous boyfriend took me to Savannah, GA which will now go down in history as one of the best weekends I've ever had (please, try not to throw up). Without fail, my camera decided not to work when I needed it most so the pictures I am about to share are not of the best quality. Trust me, this hurts me way more than it hurts you!
As soon as we got to the bed and breakfast I couldn't wait a second longer to give him his anniversary gift. An all black citizen watch, which he loved! [best girlfriend ever award went to me that weekend! :)]
After dinner at Hueys, my sweet boyfriend bought me a rose made out of died palm leaves. These are sold all along River Street in Savannah and are made in front of you. (Pretty neat, right!?)
Andrew got the banana flavor and I chose sex on the beach because I am lame and it was the only one I recognized! [ I swear this was his first sip! He's just a total goofball!] After we got our drinks we listen to a sax player that I swear knew every song ever written. He was extremely talented and entertaining.
The next day we woke up early and went to The Paris Market. The best way to describe it is an antique market for the very well off. Of course, we couldn't afford anything here, but it didn't stop us from pretending like we could and browsing the wonderful merchandise!
Isn't this table and place settings to die for?! I fell in love with this at The Paris Market. I would kill to have this in my home! The funny part was, Andrew knew I would love it before I even saw it! (Love him!)
The one thing we could afford at The Paris Market was the delicious french frozen hot chocolate. I could not sing enough praises about this frozen concoction!
I also fell in love with these at The Paris Market and plan to get Andrew to help me make them ASAP. They are pearl covered letters. So creative and beautiful!
Andrew surprised me with massages at Spa Bleu while we were in Savannah. It was so relaxing and just what we needed after a 4 hour car ride and hours of walking around. (He spoils me!)
Hueys shrimp and grits were the first Andrew had ever had (sinful, I know!) but he fell so in love with them he got me a Paula Deen cook book so I could make them for him back home!