Friday night Collin organized an excursion to the beloved La Casa de Los Tacos. There's really nothing better you could do with a Friday night than go to La Casa de Los Tacos and really no better name to give to your taco restaurant than "La Casa de Los Tacos."
Tessa shows off her plate of taquitos.
Going to La Casa de Los Tacos makes me understand what it must feel like for a rapper to be "ballin' out of control." I had two tacos al pastor, two chicken tostadas, and an order of taquitos. I just couldn't help myself. And right now, as I write this, I regret not ordering a torta.
Oh tacos al pastor, I love you so much.
Silly Tina! You're not supposed to eat the fixins trough!
And then a birthday cake appeared! All of a sudden it wasn't just a trip to La Casa de Los Tacos, but a total party!
Tessa blows out the candles.
Small problem. It was Robin's birthday, not Tessa's.
Collin shows no mercy when it comes to birthday cake. (In the background is Patty, the restaurant's security guard. Hey, we were at 117th and 1st, after all)
Can Becky possibly eat another bite?
After dinner we went to Tessa's place for Wii (usually I'd say "Emily's Place" but Emily was out of town)
All good nights of Wii begin with some time spent creating new Miis.
There's nothing quite like basking in the warm glow of a 52" flat screen TV as you watch your friends play Wii Tennis.
Once everyone got the need to play Wii Sports out of their system we played Zelda until 5am. It was like I was back at a 5th grade sleep over. As far as I'm concerned, as long as Hyrule remains cursed by the mysterious shadow realm, sleep would have been a waste of those hours and hours spent playing.