Seven weeks ago I was taking the love of my life for a drive out for Ice Cream, the proof that a man loves you!
You’ll have to trust me but our garage stairs are steep and something out of a Stephen King novel.
We both started walking down the stairs and I guess I turned around and was caught by her beauty.
Then Bam! I feel down 4 stairs and felt my ankle pop out.
This is the last time we went to urgent care, they incorrectly diagnoses my dislocated ankle but the joint went through all my tendons.
There plan was to refer me to a orthopedic, We did and was referred to the great JC (John Chao) at Peachtree Orthopedic, I was put into a external fixture and locked at home for six weeks.
I couldn’t shower for 4 weeks. I had to do the homeless shower (baby wipes). At least work was feasible since I didn’t have to drive.
One of my favorite history trips, Dowdell’s Knob…
Look at this view! I mean it’s gorgeous.
Here is one more!
Like any History buff my cohort and I woke up at 4am to drive two hours to get a day trip of FDR history that day. It was magnificent, while we missed the sunrise to bask in the moment that FDR felt every time he sat on this ridge.
The magic was still there.
Wondering, what type of deals he made and what history was made right at this spot. I even met the man, I was a little nervous.
We took a moment to step on the dead center of the mountain.
Our journey continued.
I can remember growing up in New York, not the City but in the suburbs and spending my nights with my friends eating burgers and fries at a diner. If memory recalls it was called Spotlight Dinner. It was magical and it was just good food and great adolescent conversations. This is what drove us, this also started my love for burgers. Still does to this day, just a short order cook making some burgers and slapping them on a bun.
This memory was driven by checking out Old Photo Archive, I started thinking how many love story started with a Dinner? How many people shared their first two person Milk Shake straw fight?
And most importantly how good was the food?
What’s your favorite Memory?
The Majestic Restaurant in 1933.
Nice smoky flavor
After searching and calling every liquor store OTP, I was able to find WL Weller Special Reserve.
I bought two bottles, one for me to enjoy and one to save for our wedding, WL has a smooth finish and a slight canned fruit oak flavor. No burn just sheer smooth amazingness.