Today was about getting stuck. Getting stuck in traffic, getting an IKEA piece stuck inside another IKEA piece (which then caused a chopstick, a crochet hook and a knitting needle to get stuck), getting a ring stuck on my finger…
That last thing meant I ended up at the fire station at 6:45 in the morning, getting my finger buttered up by a cute firefighter. It meant I left with my second-most-expensive piece of jewelry, my college ring, off of my finger via a cut through the band.
The rest of the weekend, however, was better!
Last night Good Man and I went out to a Vietnamese place for a one-year anniversary dinner. When we got there they said the wait would be 45-50 minutes. So we decided to go around the corner to the pastry shop to wait and start dinner backwards. Not 15 minutes later, just as we were finishing our dessert and coffee, we got a table.
I decided to wear the Korean hair pin (비녀) that traditionally indicated a woman was married. Of course, this is America and not Korea, so nobody else really knew what I was doing, but I did. I also wore the red shoes and red knit coat I wore to our legal ceremony, and I sported the penny I had in my shoe on a chain.
I rocked the binyeo with jeans. Heh.
My husband, meanwhile, needs a haircut.
My brother happens to be in the state this weekend, and since he’s shipping out to Afghanistan at the end of April, we made sure to meet for dinner.
Good Man and Johnny
I wore a binyeo again today, this time with the $280 price-tagged, found for $40 at Marshall’s jacket. It’s a cute jacket, but not $280 cute.