How’s that for a title? Let me tell you, that is precisely how life feels right now. Every day, it seems there is some new plot/ploy/scheme in which I am conned into playing! Well, it isn’t that bad, really, as it sure beats sitting around like a couch tater!
Yesterday afternoon, I got to meet in person a blog friend who lives not too far from my home! We got together at one of her favorite places to eat, called Simply Crepes.
I was about ten minutes late for our one o’clock meet, but let me tell you, Jeanne and I chatted away like we’ve known each other for ages! We giggled and laughed and ate the most incredibly delicious crepes!
Jeanne selected a tasty-looking Thai Beef Crepe….
While I opted for (yeah, Mrs. Spicy….that’s me!) a Buffalo chicken crepe. It was fabulous! Mmmm!
I love the decor in this store. I am always trying to do the umexpected when it comes to decor. For me to walk into a room full of furniture in which everything matches perfectly, I feel like I am in a showroom. I *like* mismatched pieces and feel much more at home with styles and designs that might just contradict one another. (I am sure there must be a test somewhere that would analyze such characteristics!) When I looked up and saw crossbraces supporting the floor above the ceiling with chandeliers hanging below, I really, really liked this place!
A cozy mantel, complete with fireplace just added so much to the atmosphere!
I love the red and gold Christmas theme placed on the mantle as well!
Our waitress was a delight. She was amazed Jeanne and I were meeting for the first time and she laughed and had fun right along with us! Now, where might the photo of Jeanne and me be? Oops! For that, you need to take a peek at Jeanne’s blog ! Yes, although I had my Nikon with me, Jeanne was more forward thinking in having our very accommodating waitress snap a shot of the two of us!
This meeting was such a treat! Jeanne was the same in person as she is in her blog….a personable, caring, sharing person! And the best part? Well…this just might become a tradition!