Day & Night 2:
Day two was filled with even more food and shopping. We had brunch at Stone Soup, got popsicles from the King of Pops, & had some vegan soul food. We were lucky enough to be staying with Sara, who not only lives really close to everything, but also offered us rides and babysitting the whole trip. (Yes, she is THAT awesome). We were able to pop into a venue for one band and head right back home afterwards. Eric and I didn’t stay out very long for night number two. We were both old and tired and neither one of us was particularly excited by any of the bands. The weather was much nicer the second day… and a the night had a nice chill 🙂
Believe it or not these are the only photos from the second day:
chocolate salt pop face.
Day three started off by brunch at Holy Taco. If you live or around Atlanta you need to go there. Later Eric, Steve, and I met up with Fabian &Kim at their favorite place in the whole wide world: The Porter. We then went back to Sara’s to pack up any last minute belongings and head to the airport. Before saying goodbye Sara asked “are you okay? Or is this just your quiet time before the plane?” Yep, def. my quiet time. But again, everything worked out great. The people in front and behind us loved loved loved Marlowe. Again, everything went as well as it could have gone. We made it back home a little bit before midnight on Sunday. Days later, & I am still pooped.
menu de ninos.
not vegan. fried soft boiled egg on some pork butt.
a rabbit came in.
waiting for a train.
and finally on the last one (or maybe one more?) before the flight out.
Oh, &unfortunately I left Atlanta with a new addiction: 90210 (the original one). During some downtime, we watched an episode on TV. Sara and Eric are huge fans &I had a lot of questions I needed answered…. so Sara gave me the first season to borrow… &now, I am hooked. Goodbye real life. Hello 90210.