Updated: Sep 9
Gosh, I miss this place!! Spaghetti Warehouse was known for occupying historic buildings and this one was located in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards. They had the best sourdough bread and butter, and the most tasty spaghetti and meatballs! LOL! My parents would take me and my nephew here all the time when we were growing up. We loved eating in the trolley car.
Today the sirens started going off and it kinda freaked me out. I made it to the front door and out onto the porch to see the Homecoming Parade coming down our street. In all the years that my daughter was in cheer, the parade NEVER took this route down our street. Of course, both my kids are not little anymore and have both graduated from highschool. But it definitely brought back memories for both of us as we stood on the front porch waving, especially to the cheerleaders. 😊 Go Lions! LOL!
It’s Thankful Thursday hosted by Brian of Brian’s Home. He wants us to post what we’re thankful for.
I have missed the last few! 😊
I have tons of things to be Thankful for, but today - I am so pleased and thankful that my husband found a grinding bit to grind the socket down he needs in order to replace a part on our dryer. It took forever and a day for the part to get here, and then the socket didn't fit. We even ordered the right size.
Kudos to all the people out there that have to visit the laundromat weekly. It is indeed a huge undertaking and we have been having to make at least two trips a week to dry clothes. We really don't know how easy we have some things in life until they become unavailable.
I have been working on my website today and remaking a few of the pages. I sure do miss this doggo. We lost Bo five years ago this past August. Bo and our neighbor's dog, Diefer, used to run the fenceline together. Diefer was called the "weather" dog because he could predict the forecast better than our weathermen! If he was out throwing his pan, weather was moving in. Diefer passed away a while back and it hasn't been the same since. Now the neighbors have moved away. They were great neighbors.