Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Six Word Saturday- Kiss the Sea on the Lips Why Not






My bestie and I enjoy lunch and a movie.

We did break tradition momentarily this year.

We paid her niece a visit where she works, (unbelievable shop) and recently opened boutique in Wayzata, House of 365.

So many possibilities waiting to go home with me, Ha! Ha! and incredible designers I'd never dreamed of liking.  The lovely British owner and her daughter have impeccable, expensive taste.

But, I did go shopping, for dinner, and-

Don't you just adore my Black Friday purchase from my own local grocery store?

It truly cooks the most delicious, perfectly fried egg for sandwiches!

Almost forgot- Lunch!

Cov of Wayzata welcomes diners with Wayzata's downtown Lake Street on one side and Lake Minnetonka on the other.  There are railroad tracks which run along the lake as well and every time the train flies by, bells ring within the restaurant!  Delightful right!  I'm still trying to figure out how they do that.

I just adore the quote above.  In case you can't read it all, "To eat an oyster is to kiss the sea on the lips."  -Leonard Beck.

I had the most delectable salmon ever sitting on a mysteriously delicious sauce.

Yes, for me it was another delightful Black Friday and believe it or not, we saw Horrible Bosses ll, and seriously, my cheeks still hurt from laughing so much!  A perfect (slapstick) kind of movie to just get lost within.  


TexWisGirl said...

no shopping for me! actually, i tried to go to the feed store, but they were closed! :)

The Silver Fox said...

The only shopping I did yesterday was for some groceries, and also cat food!

restlessjo said...

We all seem to think alike. Who are these crazies who queue from midnight and then push and shove?
I was browsing a jewellery catalogue that always arrives in my post and almost cried at the Murano glass necklace for £280. With so many starving in this world, it seems immoral to me.
Hugs, Karen! I love the way you spent the day.

Anonymous said...

I only left the house yesterday to take my dog out and take my daughter to an overnight at her friend's.

Max Sartin said...

very good choice for a Black Friday of non-shopping. And now I want to go see Horrible Bosses II...

Kathe W. said...

Only shopping we did was to go to downtown Mt Shasta for their last Friday art openings and the lighting of the Christmas Treee with Santa's arrival. Tons of kids even with the welcome rain! Cheers!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Kilroy was here

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Just groceries for me. But I am interested in that egg cooker...I often cook some eggs for sandwiches.

Romi C said...

We don't have 'Black Friday' where we live...
I 'kissed the sea on the lips' about two weeks ago, though 'the lips' were cooked. :-)

darlin said...

Karen what a fantastic way to spend a day and ya, those sales I find are way overrated and I couldn't be bothered. Boxing day here it's become tradition my granddaughter spends the day with me while Mommy and Daddy go out shopping, works out perfect for all of us, a win/win.

I love the quote, I'll think of this from here on in whenever I eat an oyster!

Have yourself a wonderful Sunday, I'll try not to be such a stranger here, final class of this semester was today and I'm so glad we now have time off! :-) Cheers. Oh, love the egg... cute and fantastic price!

Debbie said...

no shopping for me....and I don't really ever "enjoy" shopping!!!

I am an online shopping kind of girl. it's so much easier and I enjoy it way more!!!!!