2018 Date Night Challenge – The Letter “Y”

Our Alphabet Date Challenge continues with the Letter “Y”.

I know it’s 2019, but life got really busy around the holidays and we had to put our last two letters on hold. That’s the thing with challenges, you can pick up where you left off. The important thing is – Don’t give up!

Our “Y” date was a visit to a small town outside of Orlando called Yalaha. They are known for a small German bakery located there called, Yalaha Bakery. Every weekend they have live music on their outside terrace. You feel as if you are in Germany with all the baked goods, lunch options and beer selections. It is quite the experience.

We had a great time relaxing and having no other plans than to just be together. We drove around the countryside afterwards and dreamed of the days to come. These are usually our best dates–not so much what we do, but the conversation that takes place in the process.

I have a new camera so Tom said “YES” each time I wanted to stop the car for a great shot. Saying Yes is a great idea for a “Y” date, don’t you think? Tom likes it when I say Yes. 🙂 Here are some of the shots I took.

My Reuben sandwich on a pretzel roll

Tom had the liverwurst and onion sandwich.

About Debi Walter

Tom and Debi have been sharing encouragements through their blogs for many years. Marriage, Reading God's Word and documenting family history is our focus. Growing in our relationship with the Lord is primary in all we say, write or do. We are grateful for all who desire to join us in the same endeavors.
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1 Response to 2018 Date Night Challenge – The Letter “Y”

  1. Looks like a wonderful palce to visit!

    Date night would be wonderful,
    but I’m not fit to travel,
    and I didn’t appreciate that grace
    ’till life started to unravel.
    It’s not just the getting out,
    I can’t contribute much;
    there’s no way that I can flout
    cancer’s evil touch.
    Don’t want to be pity’s focus
    as I limp through gay places,
    and surely not the dreaded locus
    of compassionate, fearful faces.
    So we just mute the ol’ TV
    and watch the antics of the puppy.

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