Dinner was at Raising Cane's, the chicken strip place near Park Place Mall. We've eaten there once before and this experience was pretty much the same. The chicken is good, the fries are average, and the prices are not as cheap as I'd like ($21-ish for the two of us). But, Anthony wanted chicken so chicken is what he got.
We did our grocery shopping at the usual Walmart Neighborhood Market location we shop at.
The item I spotted at the grocery store that got me briefly excited was the Patti Labelle Sweet Potato Pie that was so hard to get around Thanksgiving. I wanted to buy it but Anthony was so not interested that I knew I'd have to eat the whole thing by myself if I purchased it. I plowed through two whole pies by myself around Thanksgiving a few months ago (took me two weeks) and it's a lot of pressure to eat that much pie without help. I wasn't going to subject myself to that again.
|Dinner at Raising Cane's|
|These crazy Duff cake mixes must sell well|
since they have a bunch of them now at Walmart
including Tiger Stripes, Tie-Dye Swirls, and Camouflage.
|Ham with my name in it:|
|Umbrellas: "I fit perfectly in your purse!"|
sounds like a date I've had
|Patti LaBelle Sweet Potato Pie|
Since Anthony wouldn't help me eat it
all I could do was take a picture.