I recently got a hair cut and totally love the feeling of all my hair gone and off my neck!
Here are my before pictures:
Here is the hair on the floor:
Here are my after pictures:
A few of these after photos were taken last night at Texas Roadhouse. Has anyone ever eaten at this restaurant?
First let me tell you that their food is fantastic and the moment it hit my mouth the food brought a smile to my face..Yum! Second the place is super cool in the sense that they bring you a bucket of peanuts and you can either dispose of the shells in the empty bucket they also bring to the table or on the floor. And of course my son was chucking the shells left and right on the floor because he doesn’t get the chance to do that at home. Once he even hit the waiter.
Shells on the floor
Here is picture of what I ordered, pulled pork with baked potato, and green beans. The cinnamon sugar butter they served prior to the meal with rolls was to die for.
Third I don’t know if this Texas Roadhouse we went to in central Wisconsin just does this or if all of the Texas Roadhouses do it but while we were there a few people where celebrating birthdays and after the wait staff sang their catchy tune they followed it up with a “Yeehaa”! Nothing screams stereotype of Texas than yelling Yeehaa, big belt buckles, and tall cowboy hats, all of which I can’t say that I experienced while living down in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. So this tradition that Texas Roadhouse maintains is quite puzzling and possibly insulting to those who live in Texas and don’t shout Yeehaa when someone turns a year older.