Thats right I was a slacker all weekend and I feel it was well deserved. Hello again from not-having-posted-in-a-while land.
Friday getting off of work I was expecting an easy ride home. Once on the highway I was reminded I live in the great ATL! It was OK though cause I had nothing to do and no where to be. I joined a few friends at the Starbucks up on Hwy 20 across from the Mall of Georgia for a Chai. We sat around and caught up on life and talked anything but…politics. Later it was off to the mall to see The Forgotten. Where I witnessed a great movie be horribly destroyed by an unbelievable plot twist. I regret not being more interested in First Daughter with Kati Holmes.
Saturday day, I went to Chamblee for a radiator from 1.800.Radiator. A well hidden warehouse of discount, well…you guessed it Radiators. Thankfully I only had to drop it of at the brother-in-law’s house and head home. Once there I caught up on my Xbox time. The latest game to be inserted is Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow. The next installment in Tom Clancy’s Stealth genre. It is every bit as good as the first.
…Saturday night, thats another story all together. I found my self in Tallulah Falls! Where later I was witness to something described as “somewhat amusing, but certainly entertaining”. Apparently it is classified as Bluegrass music. Tallulah Falls Opry House was the name and music is their game. I’m not sure how many of you have been hiking on the Appalachian Trail, but if you are familiar you know of the little “huts” along the AT that you can set up camp at. Well that is what the Opry house was, including the bonfire. I personally had a good ole’ time. On stage there were two fiddles (which closely resembles a violin), four guitars, a bass, a banjo, and a whole slew of singers. I listened to everything from John Denver to that song from O’ Brother Where Art Thou. I have a feeling it is a summer event for the local yocals, but you must check it out if your ever in Tallulah Falls on a Saturday night.
Sunday was back to the Xbox…LOL!