Last Friday I had lots of errands to run. When I was finished, I stopped by and picked up my friend Sally. By this time I was starving,
so we headed to LeMonde, a Mediterranean restaurant along what I call "restaurant row." There are restaurants everywhere the eye can see along this stretch of road.
Sally graciously stopped for a photo while she held my purse, which is MUCH smaller than hers, I might add.
Not the best photo of their menu,
because the lighting was quite dark in the restaurant.
They are famous for their homemade biscuits, and they give one with each meal. Unlike other places, if you want more than one, you must pay for it. Sally has already downed hers and I'm in the process of doing the same. At least I was before I remembered to take a photo. I also managed to get photos of my water, and the ice left in Sally's glass. She downed it as fast as she did her first mixed drink last week. At least this time I wasn't worried I'd have to be the designated driver.
The meal we ordered still looks good. It was a veggie plate with various salads and appetizers. They were asking us to vote on their hummus being the best in town. I asked Sally if she thought it was the best, and we both agreed we have had better.
The meal was good, despite not being the "best," and filled me up, but Sally was still hungry. I asked if I could take her anywhere to get something to go, but she said she'd find something to eat at home. Our meal was right at $7.00 each, without tip and tax.
On our way out the door, we saw a vignette that my friend Patty would call a shelfie. She learned the word from one of her internet friends who takes photos of shelfies. Of course, I was most impressed with the abstract painting. I want to learn to paint like that. That's the kind of art I think I could paint if I have enough practice.
Now it's your turn. Show us your T post, regardless what it is. Share your mug, cup, glass, teapot, art that looks like a mug, a scrapbook page, an altered book page, homemade tea, teabag art, time in your garden, a "shelfie," or whatever makes you happy, as long as you can relate it back to a drink. Your photos don't have to be taken on Tuesday, but you must link below in order for Bleubeard, the T gang, and I to find and visit you. And don't forget to wish Dawn a happy birthday, since her birthday is/was the 18th.
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