Down, But Now Out

On my commute back to Atlanta yesterday I started getting tired and experiencing a scratchy throat. I think that I may have picked up something in Raleigh and am fighting it off.

Hello Again, Biscuitville
In the past I mentioned my desire, and then final success, to eat at Biscuitville, the breakfast/lunch chain that exists in North Carolina and Virginia.

I’ve always loved Biscuitville’s logo, and yesterday I fell in love with their food. Side Note: biscuits are filled with many calories and not recommended for those of you watching your waistline.

Looking at Biscuitville’s website I see that I can order (a rather boring) t-shirt, oooh, and a Biscuitville Christmas ornament!

ITP Flickr Pic
None. I exclusively drove interstate highways to get home yesterday, so no roadside photos were taken.

And Then There Were Four
At last night’s first German B1.2 class we found out that our class size has shrunk to four. It sort of makes sense that class size would shrink as you get further along, but we went from seven to four in one shot. Apparently two of the men are unable to spend the time to take classes at this time, and one has moved out of the state.

Four students, or three as we had in attendance last night, means that there will be a lot more interaction during a given two-hour-and-fifteen-minute session. This will be good for my learning, but will wear me out on any given evening.

Starting To Put My Life Back In Order
When I started traveling this summer I disassembled a lot of the electronics in the ITP Estate. With the majority of travel behind me, though far from over, I am trying to get things back in order so that I can actually use the items. Now where did I put all of those cables…

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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5 Responses to Down, But Now Out

  1. steve says:

    Biscuitville seems like my kind of place, as I love good biscuits. Your disclaimer is a hoot.

    And why did you disconnect all your electronics? Lightning fears? First, we need rain…

    A reasonably quick meeting last night. If it hasn;t happened by now, it likely won’t happen. Trailers were moved this morning and rental equipment and supplies will start rolling in tomorrow.

    Working from home today and Debbie and I are trying to share bandwidth… I might be heading to the library soon.


  2. Barb says:

    Nothing exciting going on over here, but, i’m so excited, i’m getting a massage tonight.
    besides the bike wreck, just having to sit slightly differently, typing with 1 hand, sleeping different, i’m all jacked up.

    hurricane Matthew is screwing up the transportation world. lets hope its like the Cedar Rapids flooding, not as bad as they predicting.

  3. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Honestly, I disconnected everything to limit my losses in case of theft while I was vacationing. Sad, but true.

    I keep looking at weather radars for Matthew but see no signs of a hurricane. What am I missing?

  4. steve says:

    I think it’s still pretty far away yet, considering it only passed over Eastern Cuba this morning. Bet the Miami or Key West radar would show something.

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