Thursday, January 08, 2009

100 Strangers Project-#2



On Wednesday morning a friend and I went to Hell! A downtown Minneapolis restaurant, Hell's Kitchen, got some good press recently so we decided to check it out. While there we met Robin, one of their many charming staff members. When I asked where she is from, she responded, "From lots of different places." Robin grew up in the Chicago area and went to college in Arizona. While attending a friend's wedding, she meet this young man from Minnesota. The rest is history. Going to Hell and back and meeting Robin was a great experience! Those Minnesota boys have really good taste!

"A stranger is just a friend I haven't met yet." Will Rogers

15 comments:

  1. la série continue, j'aime bien. ils sont sympathiques de ce laisser prendre en photo

    the series continues, I like. they are nice to leave this picture taken

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  2. I love this series, Kate. We are meeting such interesting people.

    Have left a response for you on Menton DP.

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  3. Boy you can't beat those names. What a brilliant set of names for the restaurant.

    Have you seen my new blogs?
    Abe Lincoln Blogs and also look at Abraham Lincoln's Blog

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  4. Very nice! She looks like a very friendly and expressive person. Who knew a visit to hell could be so enjoyable!

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  5. Love Hells Kitchen...mostly the Peanut Butter. My guy likes the porridge.

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  6. Another good photo! I like the slogan on her shirt.

    Thanks for your email. I'm just going to have to be brave, pluck up the courage and ask. I suppose the worst that can happen is a "NO!"

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  7. Kate, please click on Menton DP today and send me your postal address. J x

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  8. Nice to be able to say "go to hell" in a friendly way!

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  9. Fun tee-shirt.

    Your commentary is just so lovely and witty! I'll gladly go to hell and back in such great company!

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  10. Saw your comment or question on View from the Tundra...you asked how to get a black or dark background.

    If you use a program like Photoshop you can specify the color you want to change and move sliders to change it. Or you can take one color out completely leaving the other colors as in my horses picture > Here

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  11. love your new project, great stories and nice faces!

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  12. I like the quote and the photos are great.
    Thank you for your visit and nice words. You're such a lovely person.

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  13. A fascinating idea. I can't wait to meet all those people that you haven't met yet.

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  14. I like too your posts of this week, they are different ones and your grandson is becoming a handsome man, nice to meet them all!

    I wish you a happy weekend, Kate!

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  15. I must confess I have seen you on Flickr and on Facebook and other places but only today did I put two and two together and realize which Kate you are. Hi Kate. That pink hat and sunglasses fooled me for a long time. LOL

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