We had a wonderful day together, which started when we began checking several errands off of our "To Do" list. Bing, bang, boom. We accomplished a lot in such a short time.
Then, when I thought we were done and heading home, he took me to the grand opening of a local coffeehouse in a nearby church for a special coffee drink together. We drank our beverages and had some chats with other folks there that we recognized. You know, it wasn't that the coffee was so great. (It was good though, and I do love coffee.) What tripped my trigger was the surprise of him thinking to take me there. He showed me that he is creative, resourceful, and fun, as I have always known.
It was a good game, though not a nail-biter like the Bulls and Celtics game I had watched on tv the evening before. Early in the game, Bucknell players were missing lots of their shots. But they persisted in finding openings and taking shots, and ultimately they found their stride and won the game, 66-51.
Bucky the Bison was hanging out a lot with the crowd of Bucknell students, cheering on the game. Appropriately they were wearing a lot of orange and blue, the school's colors. For whatever reason some of them had decided that it was beach day and were dressed in beach wear.
Bucknell's dance team did an amazing number at the halftime too. Very entertaining. Made me want to tap my toes. If I could. If I didn't have this Frankenstein boot on, that is.
Alas, Lafayette succumbed to the superior performance of the Bucknell Bisons, with the final score standing at 66-51.
Yes, I think the husband/lover/date planner did just fine. I guess I'll keep him around for a while.