I suspect I should have picked a shorter T post because it is going to compete with Second on the 2nd. Maybe some of you will even use a T post for your second look back. If so, please feel free to enter it in both link up parties.
I was actually planning a different post, but Saturday was such a gorgeous day, Sally and I decided to get out of our respective houses and have lunch. But first, we stopped by Sam's for cat litter and coffee, two
Of course, Sally bought baked goods and took time to walk most of the aisles.
Then it was off to LeMonde, where their specialty was Mediterranean fare. She apparently hadn't gotten enough Med food when we went to Legends (shown last week on T Tuesday).
I was surprised she showed such patience. I had to crop the photo because the truck that I thought was gone by the time I took the photo, decided to stop in the drive for no apparent reason.
LeMonde always has these delicious sweet biscuits that you get with each meal. You only get one though, because they are on the menu and cost $1.00 (USD) each after the first "free" one. Note we are drinking water, although by this time, I've asked for lemon with mine.
Since it was Saturday afternoon, the lunch crowd that normally swarm in from the surrounding businesses wasn't too thick. It gave me time to take photos of the art on the walls. These were beautiful examples of mixed media, with the metal flowers and the stamped and painted backgrounds.
This one really stole my heart, and I thought of Valerie and her love of birds when I took this photo. A lovely piece depicting winter, too.
More metal, this time in the form of leaves.
I kept asking myself what they used to get all those beautiful colors. It didn't look like enamel, so I have no idea.
By this time, my lemon had arrived and Sally was working her way through her biscuit.
We both ordered the assorted veggie plate, which included artichoke hearts, a pickle, hummus, tabouli, pita, a salad, olives, feta cheese, and a rice filled cabbage roll. I love it!
Now it's your turn to show what drink related post you have for us this week. It can be photos, a place you visited, an empty cup or mug, movies, postcards, books, sketches, mixed media, drawings, paintings, tags, scrapbooking, or other art that is digital, hybrid, or traditional, as long as it in some way relates back to a drink, any drink. Regardless, please share below, then Bleubeard and I, along with the rest of the T gang will be by to visit. Bleubeard would like to remind you that your photos may be taken at any time, and they don't even have to be taken this year!
Don't forget your Second on the 2nd may be a T post, or any post from the past.