Bobby helped me move to Indianapolis, but until he finds a
And it sucks.
But, this weekend was a Bobby weekend. Which meant no blogging. No studying. All my time was completely devoted to soaking in every ounce of time I possibly could with my boo.
Friday when B arrived, he brought a few things up from my house in Alabama. We unpacked and took a nap. I had been cleaning all day for his arrival! When we woke up, we headed to the First Friday Food Truck Festival. I had been looking forward to this all week. I mean, all different types of greasy cheap food in one place? Sign me up! Bobby worked until 6am Friday morning and drove non-stop just so I wouldn't have to miss it! Isn't he the best?!
As soon as we got there, I noticed I made the biggest blogger mistake ever. I left my phone at home... i.e. my camera. I bugged B to take pictures for me and he grudgingly did. But you can tell they aren't as awesome as the pictures I would've taken for you guys. (thanks anyway hun!)
|I try not to take pictures of food... but we waited in line for these friggin fries forever. They were from Groovy Guys Gourmet Fries and they were ah-mazing!|
Saturday we started the day off with lunch at an Irish Pub, then headed to Sun King Brewery for a tour and some tastings. On Saturdays, they open their tasting room and give you beer caps and tickets to taste what they currently have on tap. The different beers were "worth" either a beer cap or a ticket. I didn't really get this system at first, but I bet it has something to do with the value of the beer or alcohol content. Needless to say, B found one he liked so he could get his first growler when we left.
Then we went on the tour and found out all about Sun King beer and how much Bobby would love to work there. They just started out in 2010 and are quickly becoming one of (if not the) fastest growing breweries in Indy. They are scheduled to brew 25,000 barrels of beer this year! They also told us about all the reasons they put their craft beer into cans instead of bottles - less oxygen and light and also a smaller carbon footprint.
The rest of the night was spent shopping and piddling around north Indy. We called it a pretty early night since B wanted to head out early and beat Colts traffic and get home in time for the Packers game (ohhh NFL Sundays are back!) And now we will text and Facetime and Skype like crazy until the next weekend we get to see each other.
Have you ever been in a long-distance relationship? How did you make it work?