Friday Night Blogroll Review

Goin’ strong every Friday night since 2007 I present to you my blogging friends:

Travis mentioned me and rock legend Phil Collins in the same sentence.

Kelly posts her occasional ‘State Of The Johnson Family’ address.

Phil thanks God for His provision, favor, and grace in his Life.

Mark and I miss President Ronald W. Reagan.

Meet Jesse and Diego.

Ritz stayed up until the wee early morning hours of Thursday eating Cuban food and stuff with his friends.

Tammy – in her ‘Friday Night Blogroll Review’ debut – posts a list of action-packed movies that she plans to see come opening weekends.

Paul, Annie, and the rest of the Hollifields are reunited with Jesse, Reina, y Diego … and it feels so good !

– Pastor Nathan wins this week’s coveted ‘Major Bloggie Award’ for his takeaways thus far on a book that he’s reading regarding people that are ‘Quitting Church’. Furthermore, Nathan posted this blog entry on what exactly one trillion dollars is that is a runner-up to his previously-mentioned award-winner.

Kevin – not a fan of President Obama.

THANK YOU my friends for blogging with me !  Let’s keep on doin’ it !

Lunchtime Chronicles

TODAY immediately following my semiannual dental cleaning appointment I ventured south-southeastward into Florida City (where all of the food is), and I picked up my pre-ordered entree at NAZBAR. I’ve been there a few times since they opened several years ago, and I always receive good food and good service.

I actually used my retro cell phone today to make an actual telephone call. (Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus.) I called NAZBAR the moment that I stepped out of my dentist’s building (right next door to the Farm Stores that’s right next door to the main offices of Life Pointe Church). I knew exactly what I wanted, and I ordered it via a very competent person on the other end of the line. 15 minutes later I arrived at the jumpin’ joint, and my food was ready and waiting for me to pick-up. I took it home, and I ate my spaghetti and meatballs dude with 5 garlic rolls to boot. It was hot and delicious. The spaghetti could have used a tad bit more sauce, but I was delighted with it. That was a meal that was definitely worth the $8.55 (including tax) that I paid for it.

I give NAZBAR an ‘A’ for food, service, and value. Check them out !