Tuesday, April 04, 2006

A Couple of Questions XI

If every day of spring was like today - I could definitely find myself falling in love with this season! According to the weather forecast, it's not looking promising, but the colors, the smells, the cut grass - it's glorious today.

1. What are your Easter plans? If you don't like that question - feel free to describe a wonderful Easter of the past.....

2. What is your favorite chain restaurant, and what do you most often order there?

8 comments:

StephieAnne said...

1. I don't have a clue what we're doing for Easter - although I believe church will be a big part of it.

2. It's a toss up between Applebee's and Red Robin - at Applebee's I'll order the riblet basket and, diet permitting, polish it off with the sizzling apple pie. Red Robin requires the Whiskey River bbq chicken burger. Yummm......

LiteraryGirl said...

1. Church at both of our churches, dinner here with my parents and some friends. Numerous Easter egg hunts if what happened last year holds true this year.
2. Hmm, does Mucho Gusto count? There are two of them, although both in town. And I order the soft taco plate with tofu. Starbucks! That's a chain, just not food. I order a 12 oz soy latte, decaf. I can't think of any others right now. We try to eat at a lot of local restaurants, and they also happen to be our favorites.

StephieAnne said...

Jodi, I thought you'd probably say Mucho Gusto because I knew you favored local restaurants. Starbucks works too!

MrsQuigs said...

1. I will wake up thinking...only one day til tax season is over...then I will yell YEAHHH.
I would like to go to brunch somewhere...and church , ofcourse!
2. I love Applebee's!!!! I love Mucho Gusto too. I like their crisp tacos. I think I will get MG tomorrow.

HollieHobbie said...

1. If we stay in town: church (I am trying to talk Pete into going on Friday night) and a brunch here, possibly with others. Easter Egg hunts too.
If we go out of town, then reading the Easter story in our hotel room and brunch out.
2. Applebee's: and we generally only go at 1/2 price apps time, so their honey bbq boneless wings. we also love Cracker Barrel, can't go wrong with their country cooking, but my fave there is Maine wild blueberry pancakes.

Colie said...

1. My family this year - we rotate. So, no church for us on Sunday but we will celebrate Christ nonetheless:-). I'm sure mom will try and get Caleb to hunt eggs - who knows how that will work:-).
2. Red Robin - hands down. I like so many things there: cheeseburger, chicken ceaser wrap, chicken parmasean pasta, and of course frys!

JustMe said...

Steph, How do you even remember my score on an AP exam? My memory is so bad, I sometimes think there's something wrong with me...it's like all the bad stuff from 1990-2001 erased my hard drive. I would probably be shocked to find out what I was actually like before, the way God made me to be. Oh to freeze my life at the age of 16, forever! (BTW I do not normally feel this sorry for myself, I think it's PMS.)

1. Easter: I think Shanne has Tyler and Rachel, Isabel will visit her dad that afternoon, and my family doesn't do dinner or anything, so probably pretty quiet.

2. I just discovered Baja Fresh and think it's the best chain-food ever. I get the "side by side" combo. Love the salsa bar, load up on cilantro!

YOU are the talented writer who inspired me to start up my blog again even though nobody seemed to read it. I decided to go in a different direction and do stuff just for me.

StephieAnne said...

You were the only one out of our class to score so high - maybe you even got a 5, I just remember being impressed. I think your SAT scores blew us all out of the water too! (BTW - Michele helps my memory stay sharp, two heads are better than one...)

I'm glad you're doing your blog for you - that's the way it should be!