Valentine's day report for an example)
The morning started with a text from the hubby: "what are the plans for tonight?"
me: "i don't plan my own celebration. that's no fun" (gentle reminders that he needs to learn to plan ahead)
couple of hours later:
him: "do you want to go see 'Annie"
me: "sure! tell me when we need to leave"
him: "can you call and get tickets?"
me: "see previous txt about planning...luv ya"
an hour later:
him: "show at 8..leave at 7"
me: "so you got tickets?" (never assume anything when dealing with menfolk)
him: "yep" (i could just imagine his face being all proud of himself for making a phone call)
So we saw "annie" at the newly restored Fox theater. The show was cute...it's "Annie"...it's always cute. The theater was incredible. They did a remarkable job with the restoration. AND I met the manager of group sales who, after a brief discussion of my theater habits, asked if I would send her my resume. woohoo! working at a theater would be almost as much fun as working at Disneyland.