A couple weeks ago my husband asked if I would go on a date with him. I said, "Yes" and it was a good thing because he already had it all planned out. We started out at Earl's downtown, where we enjoyed a peach bellini, wine, and some pretty great food.
The great thing about sitting on the patio on 16th Street is that it makes for great people watching. Boy, were there some interesting people. There are also beautifully painted pianos all along the street for anyone to just sit down and play. The one behind me is painted like the sky. Don't mind me I'm just enjoying my fries and taking in the view or something.
We walked around a bit and then ended up here. We love taking in shows at the Denver Center for Performing Arts. We've seen quite a few now. Last year we saw Wicked and another time we saw Quilters. We kind of like seeing the less known shows, but Wicked definitely lived up to all the hype and we loved it!
This time around The Doyle and Debbie Show was the only show to see. If you're a country music fan you'll be busting a gut wacthing this one. It's a spoof on old country music duos that never worked out with a little white-trash on the side. How can you go wrong with song titles like Fat Women in Trailers or Blue Stretch Pants?
After the show we strolled down 16th Street again and had Vanilla Bean and Dulce de Leche cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory. Oh, did I mention we hit the town to celebrate 13 years of marriage? 13! That makes me feel a little old these days.