Yesterday, daughter and I made a trip to Columbia for some supplies needed where she works and before we came home we just had to make a stop at one of our favorite places. You may have seen a previous post about this place. I love the decor, the music (oldies), and the food. It's called The 63 Diner.
I had the Pasta Primavera and my daughter had the Chicken-fried Chicken Breast. Both were yummy and I had to bring over half of mine home as it was such a large plate! I wish I'd gotten my camera out of my purse as it looked as good as it tasted, but I was too hungry...so I just dug right on in!
Did you see any of the meteor shower, called the Perseids, last night? It's supposed to be a pretty good show, I went out late and enjoyed some cooler temps and watched for a while and but didn't see anything but a jet flying over. Oh, and a lot of beautiful, twinkling stars! Star gazing is never a waste of time.
I snapped this pic of the sunset on the way home yesterday. Too bad the landscape shows up much darker than it really was.
If you look close, you might see a planet shining brightly in the sky...Saturn, Mars and Venus are supposed to form a planetary triangle in the western skies just after sunset. The meteor show is supposed to last through the weekend, so maybe I'll catch it yet.
Until next time...