Saturday, May 7, 2011

Take your mother/wife/girlfriend out to eat...

...at the Olive Garden...

A Happy Mother's Day to all who qualify!

15 comments:

youth_in_asia said...

I think my mother would rather have some fresh Oysters right off the boat! Nice shot, I wouldn't have guessed Olive Garden had you not said anything.

Randy said...

I take one of each bottle! Hope you enjoyed your dinner.

uncertainhorizon said...

I got my mama some sugar free fudge!

Small City Scenes said...

And same to you!!!

MB


My word verification is winesse

Charlotte said...

Thank you!
What a nice place to celebrate. I hope Lois-Anne enjoyed-:)

I wish you a pleasant day golfing. That sounds like a good way to relax.
I'm spending this sunny afternoon with a book, plenty of tea and a cheerfull Tiger.

Lois said...

I love that place!

Cezar and Léia said...

I love the composition with the different bottles!Great idea for this post!
Léia :)

EG Wow said...

Looks like a great place to relax. The sun is out today so I think I'll spend some time in my gardens. I find that relaxing. :)

Birdman said...

Today? Are you crazy? We'll go for sushi during the upcoming week... low stress time. I'm taking her for a Dairy Queen today! hahaha

bfarr said...

There is something to be said for corporate restaurants--the interior decoration is appealing.

Sending mother's day wishes to Lois-Anne. Have a great Sunday.

Sharon said...

Lovely decor!

JM said...

Done (not at the Olive Garden though)! We celebrated Mother's Day last sunday. :-)

Sailor said...

I cooked for my wife and wished my mom over the phone. Too late to hope on a plane to to come to Olive Garden. May be in the future. Happy Mother's day to all the lovely Moms!

Amin said...

I lied the flower very much!

Memphis MOJO said...

Happy mother's day to Lois Anne.

I traveled to Illinois and spent Saturday and Sunday with my mom -- a great trip.

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