Stubborn Is As Stubborn Does

With a short cold snap embracing the area I am stubbornly refusing to turn the heat back on in the house. I’m comfortable in the bedroom as long as I have my space heater turned on, but the rest of the house has gotten as chilly as 58°F. Brrrr!

A New iPhone Coming To Me Soon
After yesterday’s Apple announcement of the iPhone 6se I have found my next phone. Cheaper, and more importantly to me having a 4″ screen and an improved camera, the iPhone 6se is a better option for me than the iPhone 6s.

ITP Flickr Pic
Another shot from Saturday’s Doll Head Trail:
Doll's Head Trail

Trying A New Venue Tonight
I have made a reservation for one at 8:30pm tonight at Venkman’s. I first heard about the new restaurant/music venue which sits near on Ralph McGill near the Beltline back in January and have been trying to find a night when I could try it out. With no German class on this Tuesday night I will be using this as both my opportunity to eat at Venkman’s as well as listen to Joe Gransden’s Jazz Jam.

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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5 Responses to Stubborn Is As Stubborn Does

  1. Steve says:

    Most of the pictures from that trail creep me out. Would this be considered an “art installation” or something else. And maybe it’s that they are such tight shots.

    And every time I see the name of that restaurant, I want to say “Beakman” (from the kids science show Beakmans’ World).

    A fairly quiet night trying to get Zelda tired before bed. We went for a walk across the road on the cleared land and knocked the bigger limbs off the trail that Debbie rides with Phinney. With a little mower action and some hole filling, it would be a very runnable path during the summer.

    I need to do some sort of exercise tonight, but don’t know what that might look like.


  2. Stacy says:

    The trail was not as creepy as I had imagined it was going to be… they close-up tight shots are definitely contributing to that. There was just as much “non-doll” art out there and some very clever (and punny!) that we laughed a bit more than being creeped out. I can imagine it would be a little more frightening at dusk or dark when a flashlight would expose an unsuspecting head.

    I’ve yet to go to Venkman’s but the food we had at the Brunch Festival was lovely. It looks like they have Carapace tonight too from 7:30-8:45. I’ve gone to that a couple of times when at Manuel’s Tavern and enjoyed it very much. Go early and catch some of it if you can, Paulie (it’s free). Today’s category is “Secrets.”

    I’d totally crash your dinner party if I had any means of eating out this week. $1000 in kitty bills….sigh. Of course, it’s your pet, so whatchyougonnado? Instead I plan to wander over to Hotel Indigo after work (I can reach it without even going out on the street!) where they will be announcing the winners of a downtown photo contest these past couple weeks. By no stretch of the imagination do I think I’m included in that bunch, but it will be fun to see the photos that DID win. And with complementary hors d’oeuvers, I’m pretty sure I can manage the cost of a delicious martini. 🙂 Frank (Royal F in the hash) and I checked out their new bar/lobby the other day….swanky!

  3. Have fun tonight, Stacy. If sounds like that will be quite the time.

    I’ll have a Beakman’s Venkman’s review tomorrow. Given how tight my pants are today tomorrow may also be the day I return to riding the trainer.

  4. Steve says:

    OK, I feel a little better. And no, I ain’t going to walk the path at dusk or night. Scarey.

  5. Barb says:

    is this working today? yesaterday it afternoon it wouldn’t let me post.

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