Thursday, June 3, 2010

Drinks with friends at a local Chili's restaurant

18 comments:

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is always a fun thing to do.

Paula said...

Awesome glowing blue lights, and it was nice of them to wear red shirts just to give it added punch. :)

Thanks for your nice comment on CDP. (If he's unemployed he'd be better off with cheaper coffee!)

Halcyon said...

They don't look like they're having much conversation.

Can you believe Jackson is a one-Chili's town? And I don't think I've ever been there either. Although it's one of the few chain restos that I sort of like.

Rose said...

I have not been to a Chili's restaurant in years...since my daughter was in college. It was one of her favorite places to eat.

Small City Scenes said...

Nice shot. I love the bluesy atmosphere. I am going to swivel on by now. Bye now. MB

Olivier said...

on dirait une bande de gangster accoude au bar , une photo de film ;o)

cieldequimper said...

Looks like a place I would like! Love the blue.

VP said...

Very strange, but pleasant, blue tones.

Bibi said...

I too like the reds and blues...and the pizza on the screeen.

Wolynski said...

Ooh, love the blue in this one.

brattcat said...

A handsome quartet with a decidedly male majority.

Bergson said...

what did you drink ?

Rob said...

Partners in 'crime'caught at the watering hole. :)

Small City Scenes said...

Cooling down at 89---Please!!! I am dying already. Here 72 is just perfect and thank goodness it will cool down at night. Although it hasn't gotten that hot yet this year. LOL
Enjoy your bike ride. MB

Memphis MOJO said...

I bet they have the air conditioning cranked way up. It's probably chili in there.

B SQUARED said...

That purse wouldn't last 2 minutes in Ft. L.

Lois said...

I love their southwest eggrolls!

EG Wow said...

So, does BLUE light make you feel cooler? Just wondering!

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