Mother’s Day Don’t

May 8, 2008 at 8:11 pm Leave a comment

My kids have been asking me what I want to eat/do for Mother’s Day. I’ve been leaning toward grilling something (fire!) at home, since getting anywhere near a restaurant on Sunday would be a nightmare even if it wasn’t Bike Week. However, I have been paying attention to the various restaurant promos… keeping my options open. I noticed El Patio (home of the margarita I featured for Cinco de Mayo) has all-day karaoke for Mother’s Day. Is that a punishment for moms who accidentally flushed their kid’s goldfish before it was totally dead? I think any mom who has Rock Band in the house would shy away from going someplace with karaoke… I know better. It would be like the living room, except public. Note to kids: if you absolutely want to do somewhere on Sunday, how about we check out the rollercoaster at Hard Rock Park and skip the karaoke, ok?
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