profile panorama photo
Biotechnology, Russian minor
Chicago IL

Steak and Shoes

Sarah Alef on Sunday, 01 April 2007. Posted in Dining

Let me start off by saying that I LOVE dead cow.  Any way, shape or form, as long as it's sufficiently dead and not mooing on my plate.  

So Friday night, Krista (my friend from crew) and I decided that we needed to hit up the Old Navy flip-flop sale, since I have no sandals and warm weather is coming.  While I collect socks, my feet like to be free sometimes.  Unfortunately, since neither Krista or I have a car, we had to walk to Old Navy, and our friends Liz and Sade decided to come with us.  Flip-flop mission accomplished, we wandered around Payless Shoes for a while.  The fact that Liz got us to even go in in the first place was quite the accomplishment, since I hate shoe shopping more than almost anything else in the world.  We FINALLY got out of that place, and there was a scent on the wind.  Meat.  Red, dead, grilled meat.  Originally, we had planned to walk back to campus for dinner, but after almost 7 months of fake cafeteria meat, my stomach craves dead animal.  So we followed our noses and wound up waiting for a table at Applebee's.  Oh, the amazing goodness.  We all got some form of dead animal slathered in tasty with potatoes, and there was much rejoicing.  Also, our friend Poli (who has a car) was able to meet us, and we didn't have to walk (or rather, roll by that point) back to campus, where we all promptly collapsed for a nap.  Hooray for steak and shoes on Fridays!

Comments (3)

  • amanda


    02 April 2007 at 08:56 |
    warm weather, HA! it's supposed to snow this weekend!
  • chippewa boots

    chippewa boots

    13 January 2010 at 04:49 |
    Nice story about Steak and Shoes. to more about shoes:
  • straight 2 voicemail

    straight 2 voicemail

    05 November 2016 at 12:54 |
    That is very interesting, You are a very good writer. I have went over all of your posts!
    I like this web site very much, Its a really nice place to read and obtain information

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest. Optional login below.