Well not only did my husband arrange for us to go to see Wicked in October in honor of our anniversary.....he got much more sneaky than that, in a very sweet way:0) Shortly before 10am, when I was scheduled to ride with my dad to go to Grandma's for lunch, Brad called and asked me if I had found my present. I was surprised and had to answer "no". I had been around the house all morning and had seen no signs of presents. Where could they have been?
I found out soon enough. Dad and I ended up taking the Accord to Nicholson to see Grandma. When I cranked the car, there was a CD cued up to play. It was SugarLand. Brad had bought me the new Sugarland CD. I was touched and wanted to call and thank him immediately, but my dad's presence in the car makes it where talking on the phone while driving is not smiled upon :0) , so I held off. We picked up my sister at the farm and went on to Nicholson where we had a yummy lunch including homemade hush puppies. YUM! When we were done eating, Grandma invited us to come out to her garden and see her plants. We did but we ended up wandering around the side of the house to the driveway....where all of a sudden I noticed that the Accord was no longer sporting its dealership tag on its front but a UGA Alumni tag. My hubby had changed it out. I guess I didn't notice at home since Dad was with me when we got in.
I called my most awesome, romantic husband to thank him for my presents. He told me that he loved me and also told me that there was still one more present. I had no idea where it could be.
Since then we have talked again. He told me the case for the Sugarland CD was in the console. So I went out to look at it and up underneath it was another CD I had been eager to purchase. Brad has made this anniversary so special and we haven't even spent time together yet. I love it when he comes up with these special ways to show affection on his own. I had no idea I had all of these surprises in store when I got up this morning. I thought all the celebrating of our three year anniversary would happen tomorrow night at dinner and in October. What a great way to spend one of my last days before heading back to work. What a great way to have spent the last three years!