When we were on a trip to Tyler, my husband’s parents took us Shogun Restaurant. It is not a big of a place but sure it has customers. The staff cooks the food you ordered right in front of you. That’s really cool because you got to see the ingredients, spices, and stuff. The cooks also do tricks while cooking.
All the utensils the cooks need for cooking the food are available close to their reach. The spice rack is full of different kinds of herbs and spices. Their hands are quick. As soon as they finished cooking the food, the order is directly placed in the customer’s plate. Smoking hot!
Having small spice racks close by is very convenient to these cooks in a restaurant. In addition to their fast moves in cooking, they already what spice to get because of the properly organized kitchen spice racks. It also adds to their efficiency in the job.
We went on a two-day trip to Tyler and spent the Easter weekend with my husband’s folks.
My baby’s first Easter Basket
Besides the kids’ Easter Egg Hunting at my parents-in-law’s place, the highlight of the trip was visiting the Tyler Rose Garden where we got married four years ago. As part of our 4th Wedding Anniversary celebration, we went to the Garden. It is one of the beautiful places I have seen so far. It is so amazing how fast time has flown. So many adjustments, happy events, and crazy things happened during those years. Now we have a little child running, screaming, crying, and giggling around the house. Four years ago seem like yesterday. 🙂 And yes I am looking forward to many more wedding anniversaries to come in our lives.
Below are views of Tyler Rose Garden.
The Rose Garden in Tyler is a place where you can relax, meditate, reminisce, and experience serenity as well as enjoy the simple travels with the whole family.
There is no charge to get in the garden. But if you want to visit the Museum, admission fee is required. In addition, there is a fee for special events like weddings and exhibits. Visit CityofTyler.org for more info.
The out-of-town trip is cancelled. We were about to go to Tyler for my MIL’s birthday weekend. But my hubby said we were just there two weeks ago. He thought his parents need some space for a while.
Anyway, Spring season is in three weeks. I think officially starts on March 20. So I am expecting to see blooms and the leaves will sprout soon. What I love about Spring is the Texas Bluebonnets. You can see them almost everywhere in the State. I also like traveling in this season too. Our wedding anniversary is in April and our plan is to see the Rose Garden in Tyler again.