As of March 6, my sweet Lovey and I have been married for a full year. A whole 365 days. We’ve been to Cancun, DC, the beach, ATL, Charlotte. We’ve joined Southside Fellowship and gotten plugged into a great community group. We’ve cooked, cleaned, spilled, built, laughed, tickled, sold, paid off, created, relaxed, but mostly we’ve loved. Never would I have imagined a life so full of love.
For our first anniversary, we rented a cute little cabin outside of Pigeon Forge. We went to Partridge and Pear, a Christmas restaurant on our anniversary for a fancy dinner.
We saved the top tier of our delicious wedding cake (made by our FABULOUS sister-in-law) to eat on our trip. We thawed it and dug right in after our fancy dinner and it was so good! Who knew year-old cake could taste so good?
But the highlight of the entire trip was a chance discovery in the boonies of Tennessee. While we were looking for dinner one night, Josh opened up the UrbanSpoon app and found that Little Italian Kitchen in Sevierville had a really high rating with a ton of people ranking it highly. So we decided to check it out.
When we got there,we were slightly shocked to see that it was attached to a gas station. But we decided to follow all the high ratings and check it out. I’m so glad we didn’t turn around and go to some pancake house on the strip. The owner was so inviting and excited to tell us all about the menu (which was huge). He makes everything from scratch and his passion for his food was so contagious! He helped us and the 20 college students behind us decide what to order. He also let us try all of his sauces for free! I ordered the twice baked eggplant… without a doubt the best Italian food I’ve ever had in my mouth. DELICIOUS! We ended up going back for lunch two days later 🙂