Yesterday for lunch a couple of co workers and myself went to the newest restaurant at the Miller Hill Mall, Lucky's 13 Pub. It's now in the same spot that Old Country Buffet used to be at, but you wouldn't recognize it by walking in.
It was my husband’s birthday last week and I snuck out of work for an hour to take him to lunch. He wanted the buffet at Sammy’s Pizza (and secretly, so did I)! I have never had someone pay for my meal without my knowledge or without knowing who they were and now I’m looking to find a man to say thank you and that’s where you come in.
This week is National School Lunch week, a time I always reflect on growing up and eating hot lunch at school. I still remember having my lunch ticket in hand as I waited in line joking around with friends as we got step by step closer to seeing what was being served that day by the nice lady with the fishnet on her head.
School lunch back then was okay overall, but there was one thing they serve
I don't know if this is worthy of calling it an accomplishment or not, but I am the first soup customer of the Central Entrance Subway restaurant of this season. (Ok it's not an accomplishment.) And yes, I was extremely excited when I saw they had the soup out today. What an exciting life I lead.
A school in Richmond, Virginia has recently started enforcing a new rule that has parents up in arms. Following instructions laid out by the federal government, children are not allowed to bring their own bagged lunch to school without a note from a physician.