Once again, we met for lunch at McAlisters in Crazyville.
And this time, I not only took pictures of my food, I also took pictures of Shelly and her mom's food as well.
Shelly's mom always likes to order Chicken Tortilla Soup in a Bread Bowl.
Doesn't that look yummy?
One of my favorite parts of eating out with Shelly, is listening to her order. Much like Harry says about Sally, "Shelly orders the food in such a way that even the chef didn't know how good it could be."
But instead of ordering everything "on the side" like Sally does.....Shelly has a long list of "Nos" when she orders. She doesn't want them at all....not even on the side.
Shelly orders the Turkey Melt with no tomato's, no bacon, no mustard with a side of potato soup.
Then she also orders a large sweet tea with no lemons (but a lot of ice!).
I should probably mention, like Sally, that Shelly does allow them to put the pickle "on the side," but she doesn't eat it. She gives it to her mom. But she wants her mom to make sure no pickle juice is left near her sandwich. ;)
I, of course, ordered the Chicken Pesto Sandwich with chips, pickle and a large Diet Coke.
It was bite after bite of yummy pesto chicken goodness.
Excuse me while I wipe the drool off of my chin.
The movie that we chose to see was Nights in Rodanthe with Richard Gere and Diane Lane.
It was a very sweet, romantic, and touching movie.
I loved it. I am a huge Diane Lane fan, and I should probably just come clean and admit that it doesn't hurt my feelings one bit to gawk at Richard Gere for an hour and a half either.
I'm just saying is all.
Well, as you probably already know, no post of me going out into the real world would be complete without me mentioning something about public restrooms. And after the last time we were at this movie theater, we were all a little hesitant to have to use the facilities there. But one large Diet Coke and two large sweet teas later, we could not avoid them.
So, instead of choosing the broken down restroom like we did the last time we were there, this time we chose the big restroom. There are at least twenty bathroom stalls in the big one, so we felt pretty confident that we could find one that worked and had an actual locking door.
When we entered, there was one "Out of Order" toilet, but there were at least nineteen other working ones, so we were cool.
Then, out of the nineteen
Usually, bathroom words are not very wise, but in this case, they were surprisingly wise and witty.
Take a look.
"I don't care who you are, what you are doing, just do me a favor.....Smile at someone & tell someone you love them....After you leave the toilet though."
I love you, Shelly ! (I said smiling as I left the toilet.) ;)
You just cannot make this stuff up.