Friday, October 12, 2007

Guess who I saw at PF Chang's tonight?

As I said earlier in my last post, we were taking our kids to PF Chang's for dinner. As were we leaving, standing out front and saying our good-byes to them, guess who walks by? Ree and MM. I felt like saying "hi" but didn't since I don't really know her and that might be weird for her and him. Anyway, I was thinking "there's Pioneer Woman." She is tall and thin and very pretty with dimples and long hair. They make a lovely couple. We had such a good time with our kids and our daughter's boyfriends. The food and service was good too. Here's my lovely silk top that I wore. My son asked me if I was going as a clown! (He was joking). Say, don't you just love those pink walls? This was my daughter's bedroom that I have taken over now that she moved out. I am going to paint those walls an awesome shade of green someday.

Haiku Friday

Haiku Friday
P. F. Chang's tonight
Reservations for seven
Husband and children

Appetizers first
Sichuan from the sea shrimp
Moo Goo Gai Pan too

Brown rice and chopsticks
Choose favorite dipping sauce
New York style cheesecake

Eat, talk, and enjoy!
Laugh, smile, make your memories
Times with family

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