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HaPpY BirThDaY AdAm!!

Yesterday was Adam's Birthday! Our awesome friend Erin babysat Aashini so we could go out! We haven't been on a date in forever, so it was fun :) First we went out to eat at an Italian place called "Spaghetti Kitchen" - it was fancy and REALLY good! Adam's fave food is Italian, so we just had to try it out :)
Of course the restrauant was in our mall - we love our mall :) haha! After we ate we went to a fun "paint-your-own-pottery" place in the mall. Adam and I used to go to a place like this in Tallahassee called "Waddle Pots" back in college, so it was fun to get to do it again :)
So we painted fun mugs :) I made Adam his birthday present :)
It was fun :) HaPpY BirThDaY AdAm!!!


SouthAsiaRolls said…
Aww! Thanks!!! Good thing you didn't take any close ups of the mug I made for you.
Deanna said…
Glad you guys got a date in - be sure to do that regularly if you can:). Loved the post below about funny things you've seen recently. Gotta love life outside the states.
Emily said…
Hey we went to that restaurant once too! It's really good! All the restaurants in the mall are good! :) That's SO great that the Capital has so many fun things, like that pottery place. Your mug looks great too!! Happy Birthday Adam!
Your mug is AWESOME! Great job Miss Crafty! Happy Birthday Adam!
Happy Birthday, Adam!

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