Monday, February 16, 2009

I love Valentine's Day

*****Edit: I meant to meantion, (even tho I didn;t really comment) I read all of your blogs and am glad all of you seemed to have funtimes of Valentine's Day! :)

OK, first of all, over the past week there have been about a million times when something happened and I thought, I should blog about that. But then one (or twelve) of those one million things got in the way of me blogging....and no blog.

But of course I'm going to blog about Valentine's Day (which I love. if it's not obvious from the title of this blog). So get ready, any blog elves who are part of the bitter masses who persist in believing that Valentine's is just another one of the Hallmark holidays, perpetuated on a witless public, just to make bank.

No, Valentine's is awesomely awesome, and I'll tell you why....

Because of Valentine's Day I now have a new member of our family: an adorable little cat, who we named Oakley.

But I'm getting ahead of myself.

I had made up my mind to tell Cesar that I was going to have to work Saturday, and that I had something planned for Sunday. I got Janelle to help me by copming up with a sort of involved story about her breaking up with her bf, convientiently getting Cesar out of my hair so I could preapre the meal we'd have on Saturday, get his presents together, and fix the upstairs part of the restaurant all romantical-like.

He thought I was working...which was only a white lie, since I closed the restaurant early :)

I'm gonna try not to make this blog a novel...

Janelle dropped Cesar off at the restaurant at 7 as planned (we were meant to just go home and relax, etc, because we agreed we'd celebrate V Day on Sunday). But when he got there I was already upstairs (pretending to be getting ready to leave) and I asked him to come up.

Queue romantical dinner. I even gave one of my employees a little extra under the table to play waiter. Well, at the beginning, then I had him split.

Cesar was really touched and happy and started crying a little. (Which is so cute and funny because when Cesar gets emotional his accent gets thicker aand that always makes me smile)

We ate and talked and ate and talked and ate and talked...and recemented our relationship.

I again took some bloggy advice and gave Cesar a fake out gift. Went to the Dollar Store and found the saddest looking stuffed animal bird I could find. When he opened it up and saw it I pretended to be all excited and proud of myself and said, "It's so cute isn't it? It made me think of you!"

It was HIGHlarious, his reaction. He wa really trying to appear appreciative, but his face registered confusion and I just knew he was thinking what the eff is this????!

Then I asked him if he was ready for his real present and he started laughing so hard and punched my arm. Made me promise never to do that tio him again. Hmmmm....but it was fun :), we shall see.

But ya, I ended up deciding on a gift cert. for a couple's massage and a basket of edible goodies.

He was very happy and thankful and yay!, etc

***skipping romantical after hours workplace frolicking***

Anyway, afta, afta (think Mr. Miagi) we went home and I was just planning more and varied, involved frolicking at home, but as it turns out, I had a surprise waiting.

Mr. Cesar had surprised ME (something I'm not used to, but liked) with the bedroom and bath decked out all romatical-like (I love that expression). I got queerly motional for a hot minute and started tearing up. (Yes, I was very touched and excited).

There was a box on the bed I noticed right away that was....making noise, haha. Turned out to be an adorable little munchkin kitten which Cesar and I eventualyl named Oakley. Cesar was quick to point out that Oakley was *our* cat, which made me smile, haha.

He told me he's had the cat for a week, hidng it at his place, the sneaky monkey.

***more frolicking, etc, etc, etc.***

we ended up staying up most of the night talking and playing with the cat (and frolicking) because neither of us was tired, then we crashed in the morning and woke up in the after noon.

And that was our Valentine's, and that is why I love Valentine's Day ;)

(a pic of the sweet nugget kitten [who I am petting as I type] is coming :) )


Kalei said...

ohhhhhh funtimes! Glad you went with the Romantical surprise! A, you two are moving things along really nicely!, too bad you didn't name the cat Valentine. I sooo wish I had a restaurant I could frolick in....the restaurant I work at is too...non-romantical.

Lady with a View said...

I like that phrase too...romantical. Sounds like it was a frolically-filled-fun time. congrats!