That being said, whenever I do go out for lunch, it feels like a special treat and a little vacation from my typical work routine.
Today I met my friends Ryan and Ashley for lunch at Dexter’s, a casual but trendy restaurant located in Thornton Park.
I worked with Ryan and Ashley for a little more than a year at the Orlando Museum of Art when I first graduated college.
The three of us comprised the museum’s marketing and public relations department (Ryan was the manager, I was her assistant and Ashley was the graphic designer). Ryan and I have both since left the museum and Ashley is finishing up her last week there, but we all fortunately still live and work near downtown Orlando, so we try to meet up for lunch to keep in touch every so often.
I arrived at Dexter’s planning to order a big salad until I remembered that they offer a “create your own sandwich” option that I adore.
I opted for a sandwich that included:
- Whole wheat bread
- Dijon mustard
I had it prepared “Cuban style” (pressed) because I was in the mood for something warm (which is odd considering it’s in the 90s today…).
I ate every last bite!
Along with my sandwich I enjoyed several handfuls of sweet potato chips that Ryan ordered for all of us to share.
I definitely had my fair share of these bad boys. I <3 sweet potato chips!
All in all, lunch was great and so was the company. There’s never a dull moment with these two ladies!
Question of the Afternoon
- Do you stay in touch with people you used to work with?