Sunday, February 22, 2009

A Girl's Day Trip

The day before Valentine's Day the ladies (and the girl's) headed up to Denver for the day. We were on a mission.

1. Go to the Health Department and pick up Little *z*'s Birth Certificate.
2. Lunch/Dinner at the Cheesecake Factory.
3. Stop at Lakeshore for some "business" shopping.
4. Stop at the Outlets for clothing retail.

Picked up the Princess from school early and we were off. The girl's relaxin in the back with some movie entertainment. I will say - Denver "downtown" HATE IT. UGH no one knows a thing about driving. Run and grab the certificate.

Next is food. Since Princess was "hungry" it was the first stop before shopping. Since this is where we were headed we forgave her. I mean seriously *drool*

Also to top of a delish and fun lunch. What a better end then this....doubt our spouses could one up it for Valentine's Day. *drool* Opps anyone have a napkin??? Sorry about that.

This one is my Vanilla Bean Cheesecake and oh my goodness it HAS to be the best cheesecake I've had. I had to get another one to bring home too. *YUM*

This was Reagan's Snickers Cheesecake. Very good as well.

Big Z and little z shared the cheesecake goodness wtih us but Princess is anti cake anything so she got one of these (don't worry we asked Z and z if they wanted some but they said no).

This is Sara's Taramisu Cheesecake. It was tasty.

So after our belly's were full we headed out to Lakeshore and spent a good hour in there before I asked the ladies behind the counter to PLEASE make me checkout. LOL That then forced Sara and Reagan to checkout as well. We all love that store.
It was getting dark so we started for home. On the way we stopped off at the Castlerock Outlets so grab up some spring deals for the girl's (Reagan's little peach was at home with Daddy). After another hour or so we crawled back into to head back home.
It was a great day trip and lots of fun. I hope we get to do it again soon. (Although Chef says no pooper...LOL)


Sara said...

But we HAVE to go to Lakeshore. Otherwise, we can't write it off as a business expense!