|Me, Nadege and Pat at Curry Palace (?) - don't we make a good-looking trio?|
Continuing on from yesterday's post where we met our friend Nadege in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles . . . . we met for lunch. Since the three of us like Indian cuisine we decided to have lunch at an Indian restaurant nearby, whose name I have forgotten now.
|Our spicy Indian entrees arrived, YUM!|
Both Pat and I like spicy food, something else we have in common. Pat lives a few blocks from India Town in Toronto. You know where we often ate when I visited Pat last August in Toronto? Yep, Indian town and spicy, spicy veggie dishes. We asked Nadege for a recommendation of a nearby Indian restaurant when we met her in Little Tokyo. I think the name of the restaurant was "Curry Hot Palace" or something like that.
Poor Pat, after a few bites of his "Mama Mia, that's a spicy dish", his forehead broke out into beads of sweat. Nadege had to pat the rivulets of sweat off of Pat's forehead. You just can't take Pat anywhere (smile).
After our spicy entrees, we opted to share a cool cheesecake. I forget what was in it but it was a very light cheesecake. In fact it wasn't even a cheesecake since this was a vegan restaurant. It was made out of something (Nadege or Pat will correct me after they read this post) other than a dairy product but it was absolutely delicious. In fact, better than a cheesecake.
|Getting ready to dive into the "cheesecake". Pat has recovered from his spicy encounter with his lunch|
Folks, it's nice to hang out with people who like me and who I like.
Our life as we know it can end in an instant, witness my fall on the ice February 18th. I could have died if I fell a few centimeters to the left and hit my head on the side of the building and laid in that alley all night in zero degree weather.
Thus, my affirmation again to make every moment, every day, every week and every month count as long as we're on this earth.
|Nadege treated us to lunch . . . . thank you Nadege! Next year we treat you to lunch . . . . in Santa Barbara!|