Wine Labels Don’t Lie

We celebrated our anniversary a week or so ago.  Don’t we look pretty?



We went to a great dinner at the restaurant Phil proposed at.  We ordered a nice bottle of wine.  Look what Phil picked.



It is called The Prisoner.  Yes, that is a man in shackles, folks.  With a hood (and not the good kind).

I went to Target this weekend, and I picked up a bottle of this, which seems much more appropriate to celebrate 19 years of dating/marriage.

  Monogamy Label Back - Intoxicologist Photo

It reminds me of the time our AP English teacher made us pick which love poem we preferred to be used to describe us: 

A little Wordsworth: She was a phantom of delight, when first she gleamed upon my sight…

or a little Byron: She walks in beauty, like the night…

I guess one of us thinks our love is a phantom, and one of us wants to walk in beauty. 

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