Someone had a little too much Valentine’s Day fun yesterday:
Ahh…the ability to pass out anywhere, anytime. I miss those days.
Last night, my mom came over and stayed with the kids, while Danny and I went out to dinner. We went to Bonefish Grill, a restaurant that I have been wanting to try to for at least a year. We tried to go once, but failed.
I started out the night with an Ocean Trust Mango Martini. Delicious, but strong.
You know how you’re supposed to ask the waiter to remove the bread basket or only eat one piece? Well, that’s dumb. Danny and I polished off two loaves with olive oil and pesto dipping sauce. I’ve died and gone to bread heaven.
I knew exactly what I was going to order – I’ve known for a year now. Baja fish tacos – “Cajun style” and wood grilled. Served with lettuce, mango salsa, and sour cream. There was two words that sold me on this dish – mango salsa. I’d probably eat anything that was covered in mango salsa.
The fish tacos were awesome. They were served with homemade chips that were great too. I could have chosen a salad, but I figured that I’d stick with the carb theme.
Danny had Sirloin steak with broccoli and the best garlic mashed potatoes I’ve ever tasted.
And of course, you can’t celebrate Valentine’s Day without a delicious dessert. We had the Macadamia Nut Brownie – a flourless brownie, raspberry sauce, and vanilla ice cream. We ate all of it.
It was a very nice dinner with the love of my life.
When we got home, the kids had play-doh and spaghetti sauce everywhere. My mom said she was sorry for grounding play-doh into our freshly washed table-cloth. That’s okay, Mom. We all have play-doh mishaps.
Then, my Dad stopped by to drop off some Valentine’s for the kids and me. Thanks, Dad.
Moving on to moles. Here’s what my shoulder looks like without my mole and a bandage instead.
Here’s what the suspicious mole on my back looks like (please ignore my goosebumps). You can see two of the “bad mole” warning signs – it’s not symmetrical and it’s two different colors. If you’ve never gotten a mole/skin check, I would recommend getting one.
Question of the Day:
What’s your favorite restaurant? Favorite meal?