Friday, July 10, 2015

POTTERY BARN SELLS SUCKS.....and their Customer Service is even worse!!

Isn't this lovely.....
Our back deck...beautiful hanging ferns and
such a lovely seating area...
This is Palmetto outdoor wicker from every one's favorite
The Pottery Barn....
we started buying this when we moved in to the new house
in August of 2011 and over the years we add new
Pieces until we now own 13 pieces of this stuff....
I won't even bring up the bad umbrella's they sold us that
had to go in to the trash...they rusted...the wood swelled up
they were basically Crap...
Now we are not one's to cheap out on everything we buy....
Just some things...I am the frugal one in the family
The Boss....not so much...
He loved this stuff and after all it was
"The Pottery Barn"....
Talk about a PR team who makes all of America think this is
the end all be all of furniture...
Think again people...
We must have spent in excess of $10,000.00 on this stuff...
Not counting the two sofa's the various tables and our
kitchen table and chairs...
That figure is well over $20,000.00
But let's get back to this crap....
13 pieces....not counting the various cushion
replacements....
our patio looks like a
Pottery Barn Outlet store...
The Boss' motto is the more the better...
But no longer I'm afraid....
Actually I am kind of glad....since I have known all along
that the stuff they sell is totally overpriced and
not your best quality....
But I didn't expect this one....
While sitting recently lounging in the sun on the
chaise lounge on the right I noticed it coming apart...
I don't remember how much exactly this piece cost since the Boss is in charge of all furniture purchases and after

45 years of marriage I don't even ask anymore.... But
certainly over a $1,000.00 not counting the replacement cover
which faded the first season..... the new covers are over $100. a piece....
We used to have a PB umbrella in that spot but as I mentioned
It turned to crap after one season and so this year I went to
the Old Time Pottery here in town and for a mere $37.99
picked up these great metal pole crank umbrellas in nylon
and they are holding beautifully....
This is what the chaise is doing....popping wicker....
I was very incorrect about the price....
Checking their website this piece sells
at a cost of $2500.00 for the pair....
this is what Pottery Barn says about it...
"Crafted of a rugged synthetic that captures the beauty of wicker, our chaise can be left outdoors year-round. Click to read an article on recommended care."

Can be left outdoors "year-round"?????
Dear God....what would it all look like if we followed PB's
instructions....all this stuff gets shlepped in every fall...
They have the entire U.S. fooled....
Do you know anyone who doesn't love the PB....
So to sum this all up...this is what happened when we called
their Customer Service line to see if someone from their
repair service could come out to maybe glue that stuff down...
I never asked for a replacement or to return it...
I just wanted someone to come fix it...
I sent photographs and they were also able to see all the
"crap" we have bought from them...
So they were fully aware of the money we have spent...
Let me mention the bad sofa that was perfect the day we had it delivered....purchased as a floor sample it was flawless...
After using it it turned in to Crap....the back cushions basically
disintegrated.....their answer to that was...
"It was an "as is" sale..." no returns, repairs or adjustments...
Now I understand when you buy something off the floor
and it's damaged in some way that you are buying it
"As Is"...
understandable....
But if the item you purchase is in perfect shape when you get it home...and it falls apart after a short period of time...
I do not consider that to be As Is....
I consider that Crap...
Okay... I went off track for a minute...back to the
Chaise...
I got back this lovely e-mail from the women at CS saying this....

"Good Afternoon.....
The Manager of the furniture team has reviewed your photos and says that the breaks in the wicker are consistent with normal aging for outdoor furniture as old as yours.  Unfortunately, we will not be able to replace or repair your chaise.

You might want to look up a company called Furniture Medics on the internet.  They have many franchises around the country and do excellent repair work."
Nice huh????
I love that it's "consistent with normal aging
for furniture as old as yours..."
It's less then 4 years old!!!!!...
and let me repeat...
They cost $2500.00 a piece...
I don't know about you but when I spend
that much money on furniture I expect it to
out live me!!
Does no one take pride in what they sell anymore...
PB should be ashamed of themselves to 
make that ridiculous statement...
Needless to say they have seen the last of
the Adivari's money....


Monday, July 6, 2015

PEACHES AND CREAM!!......a pie to make you forget about Dieting!

It's that time of year again when I like to post one of my
All Time Favorite Summer Pie Recipes...
It's Peach season down here in Georgia and although
Georgia is the "Peach State"
I prefer South Carolina peaches...they are fabulous...
This is all you need to make this great tasting pie....
Forget about Chocolate and Strawberries...
Chocolate with Peaches is an unexpected and delicious
Combination....
Here's what you need....
One Oreo cookie crust
one package of instant vanilla pudding...
I discovered Hershey's puddings and they
are very good...
one 1/2 pint of heavy whipping cream
About 4 to 5 good size ripe peaches...
These sat on my counter since last Friday and by today
they were perfect...you want the peach to be soft to the
touch...don't use a hard peach it will not be sweet...
also...buy "freestone" peaches...easier to slice....
Whip the heavy cream in a medium size bowl...
refrigerate while you do the remainder steps...
Mix the pudding with just "ONE" cup of cold milk
until thickened...
Fold the Whipped cream into the pudding...
peel and cut up the peaches...
save the perfect slices for the top....
put some slices on the bottom of the pie crust...
the imperfect ones cut up in to small pieces and
blend into the pudding mixture..
Pour the pudding mix on top of the crust and peaches...
 arrange the rest of the slices on top...
This takes all of about 10 minutes to make...
And you will get rave reviews...

I happen to have extra peaches to spare so I decided
To be Sandra Lee for the day....
I had a box mix for blubbery muffins but since we
have a peaches theme going for tonights dinner
I set aside the little can of blueberries for a later time...
Maybe...blueberry pancakes for breakfast in the morning!
 Instead I added some diced peaches...
I prefer 6 jumbo muffins instead of 12 smaller ones...
 I always add coarse sanding sugar on top and
a little Honey to make them shine...
 

There you have it....
Peach Muffins without all the work...
 Just as good as anything from scratch!
We have a friend who's wife is out of town and he
is joining us for dinner tonight....
On the Menu...
Peach glazed BBQ Ribs...
Au Gratin 3 cheese potatoes....
Baked Beans
corn on the cob....
Garlic Texas Toast...
and the Peach Muffins...
I just hope the poor man doesn't hate peaches...

It's Peach Season....
So from the Great State of Georgia.....
(let's not mention South Carolina again)

ENJOY!!

Friday, June 19, 2015

CAKE....CONSOLATION....AND CARING FRIENDS

It started the night before with
The Cake....
I took advise from the cake master....
aka: Chicago Joyce....aka: Betty Crocker...
and I went with real whipped cream instead of
cream cheese frosting on the strawberry cake...
Mistake!!
you can't work with a whole quart of fresh whipping cream
and expect it...even with a stabilizer to hold it's shape...
Not in the summer....
but it held up okay in the fridge overnight so
then I moved on to baking the Madeline's that would the party favors.....
It was Linda @ A La Carte blog....
and
Necie....the previous next door neighbor and dear friend for
30 years...birthdays
We celebrate every year and I host the luncheon...
mini chocolate chip Madeline's
By Ina....
I always try to bake a little something for the Peeps
to take home...
The Table was set weeks in advance....
I was going to go with a Paris theme for Miss Linda...
But then I changed to Birds!
color theme would be green and purple....
Using my mother in laws china...and silver...
I used purple ball jars to hold votive candles....

I found these cute little boxes at every bloggers
favorite go to store....
The Dollar Tree...
inside are the Madeline's....
 


I love my little wooden bird....she travels all
over the house...wherever needed...
bird flower pots found at T.J. Maxx
artificial plants from Ikea... 
 
If anybody can tell me how to easily get
the now melted wax that is stuck at the bottom
of the ball jars out...it would be greatly
appreciated!!
Green napkins....Ikea...
paper place mats with a plate and silverware design
Anthropology....
MIL Marge's lovely china and silver... 

A nice spot to park birthday gifts for the
Girls....
 


Wondering how I was going to pull off having lunch
ready for when the gals showed up...I realized it was impossible..
You will see why in a minute...
So....I decided to feed them first...before lunch
That's correct...we basically were going to eat twice!
 
Food that could be ready when they arrived.... I filled the
kitchen island with goodies to keep them busy
while I prepared lunch....
We had Brie and peach jam baked in Phylo Cups...
hummus and chips and crackers...Olives...
Cheese...Tomato and Mozzarella....
And something I experimented with making...
Lemon Pepper Orzo Salad...with shrimp...
fresh corn...red pepper and basil in a lemon
vinaigrette......
It turned out to be a big hit and everyone wanted the recipe...
everybody loves tomato and mozzarella!
Next time you have a party...forget that fresh veggie platter
with dip...nobody really likes raw vegetables.....
Try the tomato and mozzie on a skewer...
Ask first before pouring on the Balsamic Vinegar...
This crowd loved both the Olive Oil and Vinegar...
This was lunch....
Croque Monsieur
And
Spring Salad with orange poppy seed dressing...
 
Both the salad and the Croque Monsieur had to be made
and eaten right away....
Hence the reason it could not be made ahead of time...
What your looking at is a Croissant....
toasted then filled with Honey Ham...Gruyere Cheese..
Then topped with a Gruyere/Swiss cheese/Asiago/Parmesan
sauce....then covered with grated Gruyere and
put under the broiler.... 
I know....That is A Lot of Cheese....
And it got rave reviews...
I think the last I heard Rose saying...
"Oh I can't possibly eat that whole thing...I'll take half home..."
The last thing I SAW was Rose finishing off her last bite...

Here are my favorite ladies....the "caring friends"....
Everybody needs them....
But I happen to be lucky to have them....
That would be from left to right....
Sandie @ The Chatty Crone....
My new friend and neighbor and wonderful artist....Maureen
Miss Linda...who drove all the way down from Athens...
But she knows I always throw a good party!!
And Necie....the old neighbor who I miss dearly...

We missed our friend Cheri...she couldn't make it
But we will be lunching with her soon...

It's not a party if Rose doesn't show up....
One of my favorite Bloggers of All Times...
This lady has more talent in her pinky then all of us ladies
 combined...
And this is where the "consolation" comes in to play...
Three years ago I had a party and I gave away "door prizes"...
It was a large party...I think 28 ladies were in attendance..
I gave out slips of paper....7 of them had numbers on them
and the rest were blank...
Rose got a blank...
And very loudly said....
"Mine doesn't have a number on it!!"
To which I yelled back...
"You Lost Rose"....
We still laugh about that to this day.....
Soooooooooo.
with a much smaller group I had two door prizes to give out...
Having a feeling that once again Rose would not win...
I had the perfect gift waiting just for her...
Of course she didn't get win...
Looking disappointed I left and came back
with Rose's Consolation Prize....
Martha Stewart's Entertaining Book...
I know Rose will get a lot of use from this book...
She throws better parties then I do...
Enjoy the book Rose!!
Here are the birthday girls....
I think I can speak for all of us and say we all look
Forward to this yearly party....
and to finish off the day....
They all got to step outside in the horrible scorching heat....
To pose with the new car....
And here we all are in the picture Rose refers to as....
"The Sister Wives".....
The Boss looks forward to this party too!
Happy Birthday Linda and Necie....
I hope you both have a wonderful year....

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

SO YOU WANT TO BE A MOVIE "EXTRA".......No You Don't.


Atlanta is quickly becoming the
"Hollywood of the South"
Filming 26 t.v. and movies this month alone...

When you think...
"Light's....Camera....Action"....the last thing you
 think of is "Those Adivari's"...
But if it's something stupid to do...... that just might
keep us from aging....Why not...
Last month a neighbor spotted on Facebook that a local
Casting Agency was looking for
Authentic Looking Italian men for a Crime 
Drama set in Brooklyn....
Well.....Jersey is close enough and the Boss sure is 
Italian... so late one night I e-mailed his picture and
First thing the next morning Hollywood came
Calling....
Never having done this before the Boss was a bit apprehensive
and didn't know what to expect when I waved him goodbye at
4:30 a.m on the day of the shoot....
I expected him back home by around 8:30 a.m. But he's not one
to take on a challenge and not follow through...
He showed up back home around 9:30 that evening....

Vowing ""I'll never do that again"....
He changed his mind the other day when this time they
wanted his Car....
Only agreeing if I was to come along....
They happily agreed and now...
I'm here to let you know what it's like 
"being a movie extra"
You decide if this is something you would do....
Because....
We....are not the only 60-ish Crazies in Atlanta...
There were many husband/wife teams
who do this all the time...
One couple we met have been in
Ten Movies....and t.v. shows...

First thing you need is to have current pictures of
Yourself that you can send off at a moments notice...
The agencies usually post openings with only a day or
two notice....Unless your on the circuit and then I suppose
those people get the heads up for upcoming parts....
They like to have a head shot....a full body shot...
No hats on...or sunglasses...they want to see what you look like...
Age...height...and yes weight is all taken in to consideration...
They really really wanted our car so when they said I could
tag along they had no interest if I had three eyes or an
A$$ the size of one of the Housewives of Atlanta...
Expect to get paid very little for your time...
Monday's pay was $68 for an 8 hour day and overtime
after the 8 hours...
We were paid extra for the car....
The more they need your type of car the more they pay...
expect very bad food if your lucky enough to get fed...
But it seems they always feed people....We chatted up a young college age girl who was on her 4th movie since the week before....It seems the college kids do this not for the extra money but for the free food.....They did give us breakfast when we got
there before they started filming....We also had lunch around
2:00....with snacks (fruit and crackers) after that....We brought a cooler with
Soda and we're happy we did because all they offered was water...
Coffee was made late in the day when people started to
drop like flies from exhaustion...
Not from work...but from sitting....
Be prepared to sit....and sit and sit some more...
Think waiting at the DMV....and then add about
10 more hours....And
I say lucky enough to get fed because if your anywhere farther back in line then the first ten people the food goes like crazy...And they Don't replenish....
There were probably over 100 people and while some had plates piled with food while others ....including myself....had a few mini meatballs...and a small roll...
They send you "instructions" the evening before with
everything you need to bring....what time to get there and
the "secret" location...
You sign a confidentiality form that you will not discuss
anything about who...where...when....or what....the
filming is about...
And the Worst thing for a Blogger as an extra....
NO PHOTO'S.......
don't even consider sneaking out your camera phone...
This particular movie requested "upscale"
People.....with "expensive" clothing...
Instructing us to bring "Lot's of stuff"...
dresses....tops...pants...shoes...purses...jewelry...
Some of the women came with large rolling suitcases that looked as if they were Embarking on the
QE2 World Cruise...
I brought enough stuff to make the husband
Bitch that he had to carry it all....
in the rain....
Yes it poured....
And the "Good Car" does not leave the garage in
the Rain....But this was an exception...
We were excited to think we might see our car
featured in a major film....
Wet cars dry right??......
The first person you get to see is the infamous
"Wardrobe People"....
I went very high end casual in white "skinny" jeans...
an orange tee (they wanted bright colors)...and my
go to favorite....a Brooks Brothers Navy Blazer
with gold buttons...
finishing off the look with Sperry Top Sider boat shoes...
and my favorite Louis V purse....
I thought I would be discovered the minute I opened the
Car Door...
the Boss....in matching orange Ralph golf shirt...
and Khaki's....
We matched!!!
I figured they would either think it was cute or
"Creepy"....
So much for being "upscale"....
They had us out of those clothes so fast our heads were spinning... They had not a lick of
interest in all the crap I hauled along...
With a quick look inside my garment bag the
"Wardrobe Expert"...picked out a striped cotton jacket..
a blue tee and cream dress pants...
I was horrified even though they were my own clothes...
They didn't match....who wears white with cream???
And Target vs. Brooks Brothers??
Really....
Then to add insult to injury....if Ralph Lauren was
dead he would be rolling over in his grave...
They made the Boss take off the lovely orange
golf shirt and replace it with a zip up sweater
from Goodwill....
it still had the infamous color of the week
"Goodwill Color Tag"
still attached to the sleeve...
can you say..."Cringe".... 
This Blog post is getting as long as our day was....
But bear with me...I'm almost done...
and it's not going to be getting any better I'm afraid....
When they were "dressing" me I was told I would be pulling
up to the location and getting out of the car as the
"Star" pulled in behind us....
How exciting I thought...just like last month when the Boss filmed
his scene just with him and the Star....
a sure sign you will be on film if only for a few seconds...

Did I mentioned it poured....
The car is a Convertible.....
See where this is about to go.....
we waited and we waited and we waited some more...
We asked and asked again and all we got was...
"Any time now"...
I passed up being in a bunch of other scenes....knowing if I left
the room they would call us for the car scene...
I'm surprised I'm not still sitting there...
Needless to say it rained all morning and they used someone
else's hard top car for the scene....
By late in the day they called for all the extras to
be in one last scene.......
They split up me and the Boss in a dining scene....
Where of course my back was to the camera...
Being totally exhausted by then I actually "cut" in line
to hand in our paperwork so we could get paid...
A snooty lady in line behind me yelled for me to
take my jacket back to Wardrobe before I walked off with it...
Was she insinuating that it looked like it was from
Goodwill???
I yelled back that it was mine...
We stopped for Pizza on the way home and ate it like it was
our last night to live...
We got back home and the Cat expected us to come home with
News of being nominated for an Oscar....
When she heard our film career was short lived she
went to sleep and hasn't had anything to do with us since.......

The Boss said he would do it again if they only wanted one of
our cars....not him....
Me....Only if Tom Selleck was filming out in my
Cul De Sac.......naked.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

DON'T BRING A THING........Just Your Appetite!!

How often do you invite people over for dinner
and the first thing they normally ask is....
"What can I bring".....
If your a cook like me you will usually have a menu all
Planned from soup to nuts...
And you really don't need something that might not
Go with what your cooking...

Of Course
The one exception would be Cook Outs....and
Southern BBQ's....
Who wouldn't  always welcome some one's special
Potato Salad....Cole Slaw or
Baked Beans....
or even a simple dessert....
I find that people... when told
"Don't bring a thing....just your appetite"
come with long time favorites
Flowers.....Or
Candy....

But....
then you will hear "Don't bring flowers as a Hostess
Gift"....
The Hostess has to stop what she's doing to put the
Flowers in water and it seems nobody likes to do that...
I'm the exception as I love any kind of flowers and
would welcome them with open arms...
Candy is another iffy item with everyone
seeming to be dieting these days....
So when I invited neighbors over for Sunday
Dinner this past weekend....I was very impressed
by what came along with the company....
Such a clever idea I never would have thought of...
So I'm sharing it with you and hope you'll surprise
someone with this very thoughtful
new take on the ultimate
Hostess Gift.... 
The Next Days Breakfast.....
Yes you read that right....
I was "gifted" with breakfast for
Monday Morning....
Six wonderful little
Italian Frittatas all baked and ready
with Instructions to be re-heated for the next morning..
How did she know that although I love to
Cook....
I hate to cook breakfast food....
Too many dirty pots and pans to clean...
Absolutely wonderful....
Heated in my trusty little Cuisinart
Toaster oven for 15 minutes...
and served with Campari Tomatoes....

The perfect hostess gift....
A break from cooking...
And think about how someone who doesn't
Like to Cook will appreciate this!
Forget the flowers....wine....or candy
Next Time....and Turn to
INA!!
Recipe can be found in her latest book
Or right here!
Bon Appetit and your friends will love you
for it!!


Mini Italian Frittatas...

  2 tablespoons good olive oil, plus extra for greasing the pan
  1 1/2 cups chopped leaks, white and light green parts
  4 ounces sliced prosciutto, coarsely chopped
  8 ounces fresh baby spinach
  2 1/2 tablespoons julienned fresh basil leaves
  1 1/2 cups grated fontina cheese
  8 extra large eggs
  1 1/2 cups half-and-half
  salt and pepper
  4 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Brush a standard 12-cup muffin tin with olive oil, including the top of the pan.

Heat the olive oil over medium heat in a large saute pan. Add the leeks and saute for 3 minutes, until tender. Add the prosciutto and saute for 2 to 3 minutes, breaking it up with a fork. Add the spinach, tossing with tongs, then cover the pan and cook for 3 minutes, tossing once while it cooks, until the spinach is all wilted. Remove from heat and stir in the basil and lemon juice and set aside while you put together the egg mixture.

In a bowl, beat the eggs, half-and-half, salt, and pepper together until blended. Divide the spinach mixture evenly among the 12 muffin cups, leaving an liquid behind. Sprinkle the fontina evenly on top. Pour the egg mixture evenly over the filling in each cup, filling the muffin cups to the top. Sprinkle each frittata with the Parmesan cheese.

Bake the frittatas for 20-25 minutes, until puffed and lightly browned on top. If you insert a toothpick in the middle, 
they should feel firm. Cool for 5 minutes, remove with a sharp knife, and serve hot or warm.
Frittatas can be re-heated the next day in a 350 degree oven or toaster oven for 15 minutes.



Friday, March 20, 2015

THE "HOT MESS EXPRESS".......the girls do Asheville.


It was at our last get together that someone
in the group mentioned a "road trip" to see the
"Dressing Downton" exhibit at the
Biltmore Estate in Asheville N.C.
It didn't take but about 3 minutes for us all to agree this
was something we needed to plan....
So with reservations made and tickets bought...and
Five easily agreeable women we were all set to take on
The Vanderbilt's!!
Calling ourselves
The "Real" Real Housewives of Atlanta"
we ended up after 2 days and I don't know how many
Miles....Rose re-named us...
"The Hot Mess Express".....
I think it had something to do with the green feather
Boa's and the little green hats...
Hey....it was St. Patrick's Day!

Here we are at our first stop of the Day....
Mary's Fall Cottage in Greenville S.C.
We decided to stop in Greenville for lunch so we could
finally all get to the infamous
Christmas Tree Shoppe
Because every Blogger has either been or has heard about
the place....

Greenville is a fabulous little town with a great
Main Street....where there are shops and tons of
places to eat and it's just plain pretty....
Here is the "head instigator" off all things
Trouble...
Joyce...of ex-blog "Flour Power".....
Our cute little waiter.....3rd day on the job....
He'll never be the same...
It was Cheri's birthday so here she is taking
off her ring....she will put it around the candle on her
cake and "Make a Wish"...
Better known as
The Two Lucys!!
We laughed for two days straight....
The Gang....
Rose...Cheri....Linda and Joyce...
The beautiful Greenville Falls....
A walk over the "Liberty Bridge"
a Cantilevered curved bridge right in
Downtown Greenville....
that rocks when you walk across it....
I stayed on one end and took pictures...
Linda looking like all she needed was a
stripper pole!!

A talented young man playing his
Guitar in the afternoon sun...
Shopping in the "Mast General Store"
I decided to find my inner
"Housewives of Beverly Hills"
persona...

Lisa Rinna....eat your heart out! 

This is for our friend "Cuisine Kathleen".....
We finally got Joyce to the CTS!
 
Not saying that the CTS sells crap....
Here is a frog lawn ornament holding a
Camera...
After some shopping....
we headed on to Asheville....
Where I promptly made a scene by having the
cooler filled with ice and water fall off of the
luggage cart all over the lobby carpet...
In my defense....Cheri was pulling the Cart
Waaaaay Too Fast....LOL
After a short rest we headed out for dinner at
Cedric's at the Biltmore....
Unfortunately this Shepard's Pie
Looked better then it tasted...
The ground lamb tasted like a jar of
Baby Food....not a good thing...
and I would hate to tell you what that little dish cost...
Another birthday dessert for
Miss Cheri...
After dinner I decided to further make an
A$$ out of myself by trying to ride
Cedric....
Mr. Vanderbilt's beloved Dog...
Linda sat on Cedric more lady like....
Next Morning!
We took the shuttle to the Estate...
We felt like we were at Downton....
We were so excited....
Beautiful and grand from the outside
we could only imagine what the inside would be like...
Joyce even wore her favorite
"Downton-esque" Hat....
And then we got the bad news...
"No Photo's Allowed"
Are you kidding me....
45 gorgeous Downton Abbey Costumes.....
And I can't take pictures....
You can't tell me I can't take a picture....
Granted it's of Rose and she's not in Costume
But it's a picture!
we snuck this while wandering through the
3rd floor hallway...
After the house tour we got back in the car
and drove around the grounds

It was very beautiful even though it's still March
It must be spectacular in the Spring and Summer...

Inside the Greenhouse....
I spotted this adorable little girl....
With her adorable little Converse
Sneakers...

The smell of the Orchids were
intoxicating...
We re-named this the
"Hot Flash House"...
It was getting time for lunch and after not being
impressed with dinner the night before we cancelled
Our High Tea reservation when we found out that it was
at the Hotel and not the Estate....so we drove in to
Downtown Asheville..... not being
overly impressed with that either.....we all opted to drive back
down to Greenville...
Where we stopped at my
Favorite place to eat...
"Grill Marks"...
The girls all agreed it was the best burger they
Have ever eaten.....
They have the best sweet potato fries with an
Orange dipping sauce....
We did a little more shopping...
We all found goodies at the
Tea and Spice Shoppe...
A stop back at the Mast General Store found
Us All bringing home their famous
Mice....and then we were on the road back to
The ATL.....
Where we all decided it was two of the best days
we have spent in a long time...
How often can you say you laughed for
48 hours straight....
and in closing...
always remember this....
Amen to that.....