It Wasn’t my Birthday, but…


It wasn’t my birthday, but yet I felt like it was. My daughter and family decided to go to Nashville, TN and dine and invited me along. It was thrilling to get out of the house. For an entire evening I didn’t think of how sad I have been and being unemployed never entered my mind.

I was too taken in with the mountains and the traffic which is much more pronounced than  here in Russellville. I don’t think I would care to live in a city of such magnitude, but I did have a small glimmer of hope I would see a country singer; but that part didn’t happen.

We enjoyed our wonderful dinner at The Cheesecake Factory.

2133 Green Hills Village Dr
Nashville, TN
(615) 463-2400
Open now

I  had this for my choice from the menu;

Parmesan-Herb Crusted Chicken

Sautéed Chicken Breasts Coated with Parmesan-Garlic Breadcrumbs and Herbs. Served with Mashed Potatoes and Fresh Vegetables.

It was a wonderful meal. The chicken seemed to melt in my mouth. Fresh, crisp green beans as if they had been picked straight from the garden. Mashed potatoes with perfect seasonings and the skins on.

Here is one of the awards the Cheesecake Factory has received;

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