Monday, June 13th I had a training for my Summer job and I decided to re-wear the same outfit I wore for my friends poetry reading.
The training gave me the opportunity to meet with some co-wokers that I haven't seen since last Summer.
Temperley London skirt, thrifted back on May.
Cardigan and shirt from Target (quite old).
I even made a bigger effort on my morning make up so I looked more awake than I really was!
My no name sandals and no tag purse; it sounds like a bad country song.
Necklaces from Steinmart about 7 years old.
Ah, the beauty of flash. I look so more refresh than I am in real life.
You see, the night before I stayed up watching movies
(Red and The Loosers) until around 1:30 a.m and got up by 6:00 a.m.
After the training we went to eat at Tijuana Flats a Tex-Mex restaurant in Ft Lauderdale.
The restaurant walls are cover with some of the best wall art that I have seen in South Florida.
This was my first time at the restaurant and I felt at home among the art, the strangely named sauces,
the great service and the variety of food and people.
A closer look at the blue man. This chain of restaurant was created by a college students with some help
from his parents back in 1995 in Winter Park, Fl.
The pistachio colored ceiling had more cool and funky art.
I dedicated this photo to Elizabeth from the Account of the comtesse de ferveur;
whom is having a love affair with this color.
They have amazing hot and even hotter sauces with names like.Asbirin Extra Strength and Cafe Louisiana
Hotter'n Hell Sauce.
Here is one of their sauce displays that appears to defy gravity!
This was my friend Shanika's plate. She ordered the chicken flautas. She was also impressed with the food and the service.
This is my plate; I had the meat flautas (flutes) with no sour cream.
I have to post their manifesto because it's too cool, and I
can related to all of it.
Disclaimer: Manifesto By Tijuana Flats and not me!!!!!!