Happy T Day ladies. Tuesday has arrived so it is time to share a drink related post over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog .
So for T Day today I have a delicious meal to share with you.
Last Saturday was a beautiful day so the hubby and I took a road trip to the beach.. You can read about it here;Here We Go ON a Weekend Adventure.
When we finally left the beach, it was 2:30 in the afternoon and we hadn't had any lunch.We were starving. So instead of getting on the highway and heading home we drove through the coastal business district until we passed a place that looked good to us.
One of the places we came upon was an Italian restaurant. Now a friend of mine had just told me a few days earlier that it was her favorite Italian restaurant. They had a lunch menu (even though it was past lunch time) and we were feeling adventurous, so we decided to try it.
It's Ronaldo's in North Hampton, New Hampshire.
The place was open but other than one other couple, the place was empty. Of course it was 3:15 in the afternoon, past lunch time and not quite dinner time. It had a cute decor though.
We decided we might as well have an early dinner since even if we had lunch, we wouldn't want dinner until midnight anyhow.
So I ordered the Italian meatloaf. It came with bread, a side salad and of course, pasta.
I also had water and a Diet Coke.
Oh my goodness. It was huge.
But it was delicious. I think that marinara sauce was one of the best I had ever had. And the meatloaf wasn't too shabby either.
Here's the doggy bag with my left overs. It feels like it weighs about 5 pounds. My hubby and I had some of them for dinner one night and there's still enough for me to fill 3 containers for my lunch at work. :)
And I have a new page for Art Journal Journey. For one more day the theme is New Year: New Adventures. Then it will be February and time for a new theme.
My page today not only celebrates adventure but since I was thinking about Valentine's Day and all the hearts I have seen on various blogs lately, it celebrates the adventures of love and relationships.
This page looks better in real life than in my photo. I made my heart from left over Christmas ribbon, as well as a bit of stitching, some paper tape and some stickers. My background is a collage of various papers.
Thanks for visiting my blog and wishing you all a Happy T Day.