Monday, February 05, 2007

Recap Mode

Having a headache right now ... but on to happier stuff

Last week, David and I brought Cherryl to Albany ( our county seat ) for dinner at their very famous Beehive Restaurant ( Fort Griffin General Merchandise ) for her birthday. The Restaurant/Steakhouse was named one of the Top 10 Best Small Town Steak Houses in Texas by Texas Monthly Magazine. Heck, it's even got some gaming RPG thing going on! It was great, and I had some lamb, which I hadn't had in 10 years.. The taste/smell wasn't as strong as I had remembered, and it was quite good, actually.

The facade of the restaurant is that of an old time cowboy saloon early frontier type thing, and the inside is all wood floors/walls, so it was pretty neat. They're supposed to be opening a branch of their steakhouse in downtown abilene real soon ( from what we heard ) which would be a good thing coz david's dad loves the place.

Elaine ( L ) and Cindy ( R ) at Logsdon Chapel

On Girls' Day out on Friday, Cindy and I brought along Elaine, who had come to Abilene for a month from Taiwan for a vaction as well as diving into learning the English Language. Brave girl! We brought her to the Asian Noodle House for lunch and to the Hardin Simmons Chapel where David and I got married, to show her the beautiful stained glass WALL

Also, I had been cooking pizza and buffalo wings for dinner the past 2 days - what with superbowl season and all, and so now david has boy food leftovers for late night snacks. YAY! Ooo.. i have to remind him there's also turkey burgers that I grilled, that are in the freezer section.....

Side Note:
Superbowl XLI players from Abilene or with Abilene connections :

Indianapolis Colts:
Running Back Dominic Rhodes ( former Cooper Cougars )
Long Snapper Justin Snow ( former Cooper Cougars )

Chicago Bears
Strong Safety Danieal Manning ( formerly from Abilene Christian Uni )

Last but not least, the last 2 days have been pretty mild, and it looks like it's going to be pretty mild for another few days before another icy blast comes along. If only if could always be sunny days with a temperature of 68 - 72F, then it would be perfect.

"God can pour on the blessings in astonishing ways so that you're ready for anything and everything, more than just ready to do what needs to be done."
(2 Corinthians 9:8)


Laura.Y said...

U've been bz. :) I hope you've recovered from your headache by now.

K. Restoule said...

I'm confused by the outdoor pictures. Where's the snow?

tammi said...

Yup...your a busy lil bee huh?
I am a meat lover,sure......but lamb?
Ummmm.....I'm not sure I would like that.But if you say so.I just can't help but think about that nursery rhyme"Mary had a little lamb,little lamb...." and to think Mary gets one of her precious lil lambs slaughteredDar.What a bummer.LOL
Oh and BTW...I encourage all of our faithful Letti-followers to come and see what she done with my blog! It's awesome.Your too cool,Letti-Lou!I just love the scrapbook theme,being the scrapbook junkie that I am.
oh,and I can't seem to get logged in so I am useing the anonymous thingy....but my blog is in case you wanna swing by and see what an awesome job Letti done on my blog
Take Care!!

tammi said...

Well...daaang...never mind.I finally got through w/ my google acct.
Leave it to me to make things more difficult than they really