Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Out to Lunch With "Horns In the Sky"

This lovely Cow Parade (London, 2002) lady is called "Horns In The Sky." I'm sure that has some special meaning, but I don't know what it is. I decided to feature her today because my husband asked me to meet him at the mall for lunch. This was a treat for me, since he usually mixes business with lunch.
My favorite food court eatery is called Sarku of Japan. They make pretty good teriyaki chicken. I like almost all oriental food. As a matter of fact, I like almost all food. Anyway, eating Japanese food made me think of this cow because she has Asian writing all over her.
I found this picture from the first cruise Bob and I ever went on. I packed a different outfit, complete with shoes, for dinner each night. This was my oriental outfit. I had too much luggage. Now I can go almost anywhere with a carry-on and a backpack. Live and Learn!
Then I remembered the Japanese Tea Ceremony I went to the last time we were in Seattle. One of Bob's sisters, Sandy, and her family live there. It was such a neat experience. The gentleman who served us was very entertaining.
These two wonderful folks are Bob's father, Bobdad, and step-mother, Nancy. Nancy is from Taiwan, and she is without any doubt the best Asian cook in the world. She is also a great lady and a good friend. Thanks for all the good food and good fun we have had together.




1 comment:

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Faith,
It's great to meet you. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for posting a comment!

We seem to have lots in common...I am a retired teacher, and have a daughter named Kelli. She has just started a blog at http://kelli1975.blogspot.com

Please visit me again...and happy blogging!