|Carmine's Italian Deli & Cafe'|
There is something I want to tell you. If you drive the Cross Westchester Expressway westbound, hang a left end of Exit 5 ramp, turn right after 2nd traffic light just before the overpass, and follow the 4-lane highway to corner opposite a children's jungle gym, you will arrive at Carmine's Italian Deli, 7 Old Road, Elmsford, NY.
There is something I want to tell you. The name of the place is Carmine's Italian Deli & Cafe', its telephone number is 914-345-2605, and its fax number is 914-345-2649. It is a place I like to go to order a favorite breakfast--Swiss cheese and spinach omelet.
There is something I want to tell you. Carmine's is located between Bed, Bath & Beyond and Dunkin' Donuts on Rt. 119.
There is something I want to tell you, and it is about the friendliest owner/operator, Robert Venuti. Robert greets each visitor personally. He always welcomes me with a friendly smile and warm handshake.
There is something I want to tell you, and that is Carmine's offers breakfast and lunch in addition to a full catering menu. It is open Monday thru Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
And if you get the chance to make a stop at Carmine's, there is something I want to tell you--Don't forget to say Linda from BookOrBust.blogspot.com sent you!
|Swiss Cheese and Spinach Omelet and notebook and fast writing pen.|
"Writing a book is a horrible exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand."--George Orwell
When you sit down to write, and you find you cannot think of a jumping off point, select a writing prompt, it can be as simple as once upon a time. Continue writing for as long as your hand will carry your thoughts through your pen. When you think you cannot write any more, begin a new line using same writing prompt you started with.
Today's Writing Prompt:
There is something I want to tell you...
Until this time next time.
See you in print,
Linda Della Donna
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