My June Column in The Company

Hi folks….Some of you may not know that I write articles for a few area magazines.  I’ve decided I should probably share them on here as well.

For The Company, I write restaurant reviews from the standpoint of their feasibility as place to conduct business over the lunch hour.  And you know me–they aren’t completely reverent reviews…..

Here is June:


I had a religious experience recently. On a Friday during Lent, I was heading into town to find a “Blue and Gray” fast food seafood restaurant, along with all the other Catholics in the area. The thought of the long drive, excessive lines, and the unpleasantly greasy, salty food, had me praying for an immediate conversion to another religion. Any other religion—as long as it wouldn’t take me THERE. Then I had an EPIPHANY “Eat elsewhere” the voices inside my head said. Never one to argue with the voices……….(click below to read the rest)

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5 Comments on “My June Column in The Company”

  1. Suzanne Banfield
    2013/06/03 at 5:26 pm #

    I could eat breakfast tacos for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. On busy school nights, I will bust out breakfast tacos and everyone is happy. Cheap and easy. Nicely written reviews…I love that you were ready to convert! Lmao!

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. 2013/06/03 at 5:28 pm #

    *claps* yay! How cool!

  3. 2013/06/03 at 5:41 pm #

    Tasty writing. Thanks.

  4. 2013/06/04 at 12:50 am #

    Great reviews (like your writing style) ~ now if only I lived close enough to enjoy those yummy meals.

  5. 2013/06/04 at 3:49 am #

    Very good! Is a shame I’m this far from Bourbon street 😉

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