The first thing that impressed Ann when she and her husband walked into the posh, downtown hotel room were the beautiful lace doilies on the desk and the bedside tables. That was until Michael called her over to the window and told her to look out.
“Oh my God,” Ann exclaimed. “This is stunning. Look at the city with the twinkling lights from the skyscrapers peaking from behind the wispy, low-hanging clouds. This hotel is some discovery,” she said to Michael, squeezing his hand tightly.
“I wanted to surprise you on this, our fifth wedding anniversary,” Michael said, bending down slightly to give Ann a kiss. “And best of all, I scored great tickets for tonight.”
“Oh, Michael,” Ann squealed, “I’ve always wanted to see a Broadway show! Which show?”
“Well, it’s just a little off Broadway,” Michael admitted.
“Oh, off-Broadway,” Ann said. “Well, that’s cool. I understand that there are some very avant-garde shows that are off-Broadway.”
“Yeah, well it not exactly a show,” Michael said. “I got floor seats for the Knicks game.”
Ann looked at her husband and said, “You’re taking me to a basketball game for our anniversary? Seriously?”
“It’s my anniversary, too, you know,” Michael said.
“And your last one with me,” Ann said.