It may be no surprise that I love dogs, but Dachshunds have a special place in my heart. They rarely love me as much as I love them, but I'm okay with that.
But it was still a pleasure to spend the evening in Hamilton with little Rigby, and his fabulous mom and dad Noreen and Brian. We went to their favourite spot for walks, and then ditched the dog to grab dinner and drinks at Brux House - conveniently, the same place they had their first date!

Noreen raved about their pretzels (she was right), and their beer list alone was worth the visit. But my favourite thing was watching these two giggle like teenagers - both of their smiles are extra big when they're around each other, and they don't need to even say anything to one another- it only takes a look to get them beaming.

I can't wait for their wedding (which is today!) There won't be any dogs, but with a couple this fun it doesn't matter!





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