I have to say that Facebook has made my day! I never thought I'd say that. But it's such a great conduit for making contacts from all parts of my long, l-o-n-g life. And today, on my birthday, I've heard from an amazing collection of people from my Route 66 life, my life back in the East, my life as a kid and teen-ager, and even a nice collection of my daughter's friends. So today, I love Facebook and all my Facebook friends!
I got some good news about my phosphorus levels yesterday (obviously it doesn't take much to thrill me... LOL), so I decided to go out for breakfast this morning and totally blow my renal diet. I went to the Wild Fork, which isn't on Route 66 and is far from a typical Route 66 greasy spoon diner, but I'll tell you about it anyway. Actually, it's only 10 blocks from Route 66, so it's a place that's easily accessible for travelers, and I recommend it highly if you're looking for something that's a notch or two above the ordinary. Unfortunately, I forgot to take this picture until I'd already eaten half of the largest veggie omelet I've ever seen. In fact, half was ALL I could eat. With it came delicious cheese grits, home made sourdough toast, home made marmalade, and ice cold unsalted butter. Wonderful! I recommend this place highly if you come to Tulsa.
My birthday dinner will be on Route 66, at El Rancho Grande. . . if I ever feel like eating again!