Taylor and I have always been big fans of Baja Fresh, and decided to go there the other night. Unfortunately, it was the most disappointing Baja Fresh meal ever! The pico de gallo, as you can see was inedible! The tomatoes were unripe, sour and crisp like apples. The sour cream was rancid, the tortillas dry, and my “enchilada style”burrito had only enough sauce to color the tortilla with a few specks of cheese. When I complained, they said there was nothing they could do because tomatoes were out of season. No apologies, no free food offerings, no smiles. I think I’ll wait till I’m in Cali again to eat at Baja Fresh (or ANY Mexican place in MI…everything has been bland, overpriced, and disappointing).
Tonight I decided to pull off a bunch of pictures from my cell phone and do a photo post of our live in Michigan. You will unfortunately see a lot of pictures from restaurants. Food makes as happy, and when we’re happy we take pictures.
Luckily spring will soon be upon us, because we are sick of snow and freezing rain!
This exhibit brings a whole new meaning to the phrase, “This food tastes like cardboard.”
Rosie has been enjoying her Brownie Girl Scout Troop. She had fun selling cookies for the first time, and was able to go on a field trip to the Ann Arbor Hands-ON museum. She got to dress up like, and learn about being a nurse. She got to keep the cap and mask to show us.
We found a department store the other day called Von Maur. We’d never heard of it, so we decided to go inside and take a peek. The whole store was way out of our price range for the next 10 years. I saw a denim skirt that was cute, but quickly placed it back on the rack when I saw the $300 price tag. The most disturbing thing we saw were these mannequins in the childrens’ section. That alone was enough to keep us from buying Rosie $90 dresses and $15 socks.
Second-most disturbing was this shirt! Would anyone really pay $250 dollars for this hideous dress shirt?
Taylor and I have been fighting colds, flu, bronchitis, sinus infections, ear infections, and tonsillitis (between the two of us) the last three weeks. Here’s Taylor at the pharmacy, waiting for his antibiotics to be filled.
Chick-fil-A is one of our favorite places to eat, but the closest location (not in a college cafeteria) is in Toledo, OH. Two weeks ago, our family took a roadtrip, 50 miles each way to Toledo for our chicken sandwiches, waffle fries, chicken noodle soup, and shakes.
Last week in the employee parking lot at the airport, somebody swiped his new car…and didn’t even leave a note!!!