It’s going to be like this until CES 2015 in January…
I’m getting the hang of taking MARTA on a daily basis again, only trusting the Jackmobile on short(ish) trips.
I didn’t need a car (thankfully) on Saturday as I traipsed around East Atlanta with the hash. Somebody managed to get shitfaced drunk even though he thought that he was being conservative with his alcohol consumption. No joke, I think I passed out in my bed around 8pm and slept on-and-off most of the night. I woke up with only a minor hangover.
On Sunday I MARTA’d to the office and worked for a few hours. If I had more time I’d go into the excruciating details of the frustrations I encountered. Suffice to say I needed beer after working on a Sunday so I hoofed it up to Tilted Kilt, positioned conveniently next to the Sandy Springs MARTA station and had a couple of beers and dinner while watching my NY Jets play their interpretation of American football.
Yesterday I drove to a different MARTA station to get to work because I knew that I was going to risk driving over to Monday Night Brewing after work for my friend Maigh’s tweetup. The crowd at Monday Night was amazingly large, the number of people attending the tweetup sadly few. It was good to see Maigh again; it was not so good to keep getting called “sir” by the young whippersnappers at the brewery. (Oh if I were young and good looking what a great place to go…) After a beer and a half I decided to check out and got even more courageous by driving over to Bone Lick BBQ for dinner. At Bone Lick I had a delicious half-rack of ribs served with incredibly mediocre sides. I was stunned that my meal, tip included, came out to $30 even when all I drank was water.
One of the “benefits” of my job is flexible scheduling, so yesterday I walked up to my (work) local post office and purchased stamps for my Christmas cards, which I mailed while there too, and sent my dissolution paperwork to Sharpened Stone to the City of Atlanta. Here’s hoping that I did everything correct and that I don’t have to deal with the City regarding Sharpened Stone ever again.
This morning I saw a Mazda CX-5 in the MARTA parking lot. It’s bigger than I imagined, but it still looked okay; it has potential to be the next vehicle in my life.
Okay, coding awaits…