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52 Weeks - Focus On LIfe - Week Three - Take Time

This week's photo prompt from Sally Russick is Take Time - take time to do something for yourself.  My boyfriend and I ran errands on Thursday night and then he asked me where I wanted to go and eat.  Hmmmm.  I didn't really care.  He suggested Outback Steakhouse.  I said, ok...  Then I remembered their Wallaby Darned drink.  So this was the time I took for myself this week - I had a good steak and a good drink!  And it was a fun mid-week date! 


Patti Van said…
What, no before picture??! Glad you found time to enjoy yourself!
Claire said…
what a wonderful treat! i hope you savoured every mouthful :)
wish we had a good steakhouse - they're few and far between here in the UK!
have a great week!
[no. 13 this week]
Beti Horvath said…
Mmm had the steak part of that equation tonight. Sounds like a fun evening.
Tanya said…
That sounds like heaven. A good drink and a good steak are fabulous together.
Meeling said…
I love mid week dates! They are unexpected and seem to make the rest of the week go faster somehow!! ;-)

(I'm #40 this week)
Laura Twiford said…
Sounds good to me mate! We enjoyed the same things this past week, there was an outback adjoining our hotel on Islamorada! Great shot.
Sally Russick said…
Susan, what a fantastic way to spend some "me" time!
Becky Pancake said…
Sounds like a good way to relax.I'm glad that you enjoyed you me time.
Alice said…
Ohhh I love the Outback Steak House--specifically their dark rye bead loafs which I could eat three of and take another three home.
TesoriTrovati said…
That sounds like fun! I could use a little time with my man and a steak and a drink. It has been interesting to get a glimpse into everyone's lives and to see some new ways to focus on pampering myself in the future! Enjoy the day. Erin
CraftyHope said…
That empty glass had me grinning the moment I saw it. A good drink is a fabulous way to unwind and have a moment to ourselves. I hope you did enjoy it!
Shel said…
I've never had one of those - must try it! Glad you took time for yourself!

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