We started our trip off with pancakes at Funky Brunch, where you make your own pancakes.
Then we headed to meet up with the Phillips to hear Andrew's jazz band play.
We were glad to share such a fun experience with our friends...plus it's the same event that brought the Phillips to Savannah two years ago....the trip I stowed away on to meet Chris.
I especially loved going back to Oglethrope Square because two years ago that's where Chris asked to hold my hand for the first time.
This is the same shot we took two years ago. The original one was right after we held hands for the first time and in that one I'm beaming from ear to ear! In this one I'm beaming because I'm married to my sweetheart and he holds my hand all the time!
On our way to dinner at The Pirate's House, I snapped this pic of my snazzy husband...
Our second day in Savannah we explored more of the beautiful squares that we didn't see last time. So much history and beauty...
We splurged for Leopold's Ice Cream...
...that people wait in loooonnnngggg lines for!
We were excited to take our first carriage ride!
That's not our carriage, but it's like the one we rode in.
One of our favorite spots that we discovered our first time in Savannah is Byrd Cookie Company.
They make the cutest, yummiest tiny cookies in a ton of flavors! We had a hard time not buying a bag of everything!
We wrapped up our trip with dinner at The Lady and Sons, Paula Deen's place. I loved the iron skillet transom- so Southern!
We both enjoyed reliving the exhilaration and sweet days of our courtship and our life-changing day we spent in Savannah two years ago. One thing's for sure- we weren't doing this two years ago today!