No More Training

It’s the day before race day and I can’t believe it’s here. I’m scared. Hubby can’t do the race – doctor’s orders. It’s absolutely pouring rain (torrential rain) here in Northern California. It is only in the 50’s so I can’t decide if I will be cold or hot during the race. The age old dilemma […]

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The Troubadour

The man, with his guitars, piano and voice – and what a voice. I could never tire of hearing Elvis Costello croon. I was so honored to get to sit in his front room (that’s what this setting felt like) and listen to him tell stories and sing for nearly three hours.  Three hours without […]

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Chalk Art & Pot Pies

What to do on a beautiful Fall day? Head to Chalktoberfest!  Great art in the park and beer. What could be better? Oh wait, it’s Sunday.  At our, house that means Sunday dinner at 6:00.  What to do, not to fret, Paul’s Pot Pies is right off of the Marietta Square.  Two frozen pot pies: one […]

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One Flew South

Yep, this bird flew south and stayed but that’s for a different day. One Flew South is the best place to grab a glass of wine at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).  I don’t know why people beeline for their gate and sit when there is so much to see, do and eat at this […]

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