Let’s Get Physical (Therapy)

Today’s routine is a bit different than the new usual as I will not be headed straight to “XYZ Corp”, because I have physical therapy first. My body continues to make slow progress, and I continue to hope that PT will help.

A Wonderful Night With Friends
I stopped into the Candler Park Market and picked up two bottles of wine knowing dinner at Dish Dive was BYOB. Fortunately I entered Dish Dive, which only has five tables inside and a few more outside, early enough to secure one of the inside spots for us.

We started with a couple of dishes to share – a plate of asparagus, and a bowl of macaroni & cheese – before ordering individual entrees. For my entree I ordered hanger steak which was served with green beans, and fingerling potatoes. We finished dinner by sharing a piece of cheese cake. All the food I ate was amazing. I will definitely be making a return.

After dinner we migrated to The Imperial for a nightcap.

Is It Really Still Spring?
Wow has it been hot lately. If the weather app I use is correct, Atlanta has achieved new record high temperatures the past few days. It’s a good thing that I am not one who needs the temperature at home to be cold, and i have been able to get by with fans and opening a window at night.

Have a great day everyone!

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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8 Responses to Let’s Get Physical (Therapy)

  1. Ow wow, I just learned that Chris Cornell (lead singer of Soundgarden) died yesterday. He was 52, a number that speaks volumes to me as that is what my age will be in two months.

    Soundgarden at the Fox was one of my first Atlanta concerts, back in 1993/1994. I think Soundgarden played there again earlier this month.

  2. Barb says:

    Not everyone can be Keith Richards & survive the rock n roll lifestyle.
    I have not heard how he died, so it could be something totally different.

    Back at work – I hate coming back to work after vacation

  3. Steve says:

    Good morning from somewhere in California. A fairly easy stage for us yesterday as a group of 6 got away and stayed away, with 6 or 7minutes at one point. That makes life easy for the judges, as we only have to pass the lead group and not the entire field.

    Dinner with the crew last night- pretty good Mexcan. As Debbie called it, I’m on the “Tour of Carnitas”. Today we finish at Mt Baldy, an HC climb ( hors catagorie (beyond categorization)). And will finally get to our last hotel!!

    Debbie is off to the Rome Braves tonight. “For work”!!


  4. Barb says:

    Steve – as you are eating Mexican food every night – I think of TJ – and why he refuses to eat Mexican food here.

    • steve says:

      So far, it’s every other. I could have done something g different, but the motos don’t want to drive their bikes and we have wheels. And the comm drivers don’t stay with us, which is odd.

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