First of all, I made it through my first day back to work. Luckily, it was a slow day, and luckily, I was able to wear my cute polka dot shoes, which kind of softened the blow for me, ya know? It was like wearing your back-to-school clothes on the first day of the new school year, only these weren't new. They're just my happy shoes. If you don't own a pair of "happy shoes," you should get some. When you wear them, every time you see them walking you around, they say to you, "We're cute. This is a happy day. God is good. Your boss is nice. Be happy like me!" and then you say, "OK!" And pretty soon, it's snack time!
Speaking of eating ...
It has literally been months since I've had McDonald's "food," but last night, we subjected ourselves to it.
Look closely at this first picture, which is my cheeseburger. Notice anything missing?
Meat. Meat is missing from my cheeseburger. I don't know how to say "cheeseburger" without using the word "burger," but that's what I had: a "cheese-nonburger."
Note this second picture. This my husband's selection, a cheeseburger, which ironically, has TWO burgers on it, and no, he did not order a double cheeseburger. But he got a "cheeseburger-burger."
Looks like Mickey D's had the "A" Team playing last night.
PS: A young man we're close to just returned from East Asia. He told us that at the McDonald's there, the employees were very particular about the presentation of the meal. The food looked like McDonald's food on commercials, not like the one served up to us last night by Kevin the Sk8ter Dude who can't see through his long bangs.
On the plus side, McDonald's does not have commercials wherein chidren kick their parents. I'll take the cheese non-burger over bad ads.