Me? I always brought a sack lunch to grade school. We did not have a cafeteria. Let me tell you though, later, when I went to public school, there was no way on earth I was bringing a sack lunch. Heck, those nachos and cheese were dynamite.
The first thing I did when I interned at GFS (Gordon Food Service) was to figure out how to get a can of that nacho cheese. Love that stuff.
Anyways, I know we are getting pretty low on the original Matilda Jane Knot Dresses, Stella and Apple, but my gosh, the Cafeteria Plan is pretty big, unique, and wonderful. And may I add, pretty darn cute. Now, just like a real school cafeteria, there is no choosing styles. They are all random and they are all delicious. So, tell your Trunk Keeper you want an original Matilda Jane Cafeteria Knot Dress (or even an MJC Cafeteria Skirt Set). We'll pick out a tasty one for you.
Oh, my gosh. On a completely different note, was David's Figure it Out Friday hard or what? I saw it after he posted it and was like, "Huh, he must not want anyone to win." He does say I give too much away, so that may have been his thought, for real. I was so excited to see how many of you played. And of course he was in heaven.
I know everyone is waiting to hear about the Westside Collection. Remember, all good things come in due time. I will tell you, I am fairly confident (and full of myself) that this may be the best collection yet. There is just a spirit about it that I adore. It has a movement that I haven't captured before.
Soon. Very, very soon.
Until tomorrow, good night and thanks for all your kind words. I am trying to respond in a timely manner, but you know how the game goes. I can never Beat the Clock. At least shipping is moving out in a timely manner thanks to Chris and her new counterpart, the fantastic and speedy Becky and the rest of the gang.
Speaking of gangs, I need to look through Joe's football pics....and the Beast is over there shooting pucks at the window with his helmet on. Love those boys.