|I've always liked this painting in the massage room|
|Such a comfortable massage table|
|The blue sky looks good with everything|
|The fans and shade made it comfortable enough to eat on the patio|
|Tabbouleh and apricot chicken salad samples|
|Gross picture. Best ribs ever.|
|Perfectly ripe berries|
They do have about 6 aisles of more shelf-stable items such as cereal, baby food, pasta sauce, pasta, soups, baking mixes, etc. But these are all meticulously chosen brands and you can often find good sales hidden in those aisles. The serpentine path leads you to the cafe and gelato station (yummm). I could've taken pictures of everything, but I had to share a portion of the bakery display with you.
|Drool-worthy. So many choices, so little room left in my tummy after that lunch.|
|I bet the clouds in heaven are made of real cream whipped with powdered sugar|
|Central Market knows their audience|
|The Lena Pope chapel is up and over this wall|
|Last time. Mama and Miss Therese have to get ready for girl's night out!|
|Ft. Worth skyline|
We headed back to Brittnye's to get ready to meet Kate for dinner downtown at my favorite restaurant ever. Ross and I had dinner here the night we got engaged, and so did Kate and her (now) husband Nick!
|Brittnye and me ready to hit downtown|
|Piranha. Killer. Sushi.|
|My mouth is watering again just thinking about it|
|Kate is one of my good nursing school buddies. We missed you, Amanda and Liz!|
|Kate and Brittnye's husbands grew up together|
By the way, I didn't forget about Ross! I had so much fun at Central Market, I picked up his favorite goodies for him so he didn't feel too left out.
|Hatch Chile flavored Dorito-type chips. But with real ingredients that you can pronounce.|
|Never leavin' Texas? I guess I ignored the label since I brought it back to Kansas.|
|Dublin Dr. Pepper is made with sugar, not high fructose corn syrup.|
I had such a great evening catching up and talking with friends for hours on end. Thanks, girls! This trip was a big morale booster.