Almost Wordless Wednesday…Eating Out (with help).

Within the last few weeks, we went out for lunch at The Yard House, a restaurant we went to once before.  This time, Toots noticed one of the many TVs throughout the restaurant.


It was the first time he’d seen this:


instead of this:


and it was good.  Note to self:  take child to restaurants with TV screen in line of child’s vision.  (Then, I can actually eat!)  Happy Wednesday!


About solodialogue

I'm a lawyer and the mom of a 6 year old boy with autism. I work part time and spend the rest driving here and there and everywhere for my son's various therapies. Instead of trying cases, I now play Pac-man and watch SpongeBob. I wear old sweaters and jeans and always, always flat shoes to run after my son. Yeah, it's different but I wouldn't change it for anything. The love of my child is the most powerful, beautiful and rewarding aspect of my life.
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5 Responses to Almost Wordless Wednesday…Eating Out (with help).

  1. Lisa says:

    We have a Grave digger fan here, too. 🙂
    For us, we are able to eat when there are ceiling fans in motion. TV is a close second. That’s why Red Robin is our go-to. Glad it was a good trip!

  2. Mom2MissK says:

    Mmmmm…… Yard House….. God, I loved that place. But like you — that was a past life for me. So, humor me — what did you have?

  3. utkallie says:

    Mmm. YardHouse stack of onion rings are so yummy.

    Oh no. The Grave Digger! We know that one. I keep wanting to take Cameron to an actual Monster Truck show but I’m afraid to spend the money and then he freak out over the noise. I wonder how T would do at a real show?

  4. The wonderments and the dreams of the young!


  5. OMG that is awesome!!!

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