Wednesday, June 03, 2015
More Return to Normal (not the town)
More evidence yesterday folks of my life returning to normal, more specifically, OUR life returning to normal.
Bill doesn't like to dine out. His only exception is a restaurant in Milton, which I will not name because I don't want to offend them with any disparaging comments I make about them.
I don't particularly care for this restaurant because it always seems to smell musty, a fact confirmed by my boss Mike at work when he has dined there with his family. My neighbor Barbara, a very discerning connoisseur of food, also doesn't like the smell or the food. I don't like their food either.
But we go because Bill only gets a cup of soup (he doesn't eat much) and he likes the quiet (no screaming babies or kids) and the friendliness of the restaurant staff. Their soup is good but I need ore than a cup of soup. There is where I run into problems. However, the restaurant's bread is very good, homemade I suspect.
Last night wasn't too bad because I got the baked ziti (with a salad side) for the nightly special of $6.99. Of course I couldn't eat it all but what I did eat was tasty. I took the rest home for Bill to eat later.
Our total bill came to $12.07 which included Bill's raspberry iced tea, which he loves.
Not bad for a visit to a restaurant, especially one where one doesn't have to contend with screaming kids.
Anyway, back to the subject at hand. Bill and I ate out last night for the first time since my leg injury and it was great! More return to normalcy.
I love it!
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