This must be the time of year when waking early is not a hardship for me. Once again I was up before the sun and this morning made it to the Waschsalon thirty minutes prior to its opening. This afforded me the time to walk to Krispy Kreme. 🙂

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26 Responses to 2018-05-02

  1. My chocolate-covered, custard-filled donut was delicious AND part of a healthy lifestyle (or so I tell myself).

    • Stacy says:

      Well, you walked to and from there. There and back is over half a mile. Er…not that I’ve done the same thing a time or two myself. 😉 One of these days we’re going to be at the Wash Salon [sic] at the same time. I was there Monday, about noon.

      I heard that Deal is signing the Hands Free law into effect today: amen, hallelujah! I wish we could get folks to stop walking around doing the same. I purposely let people run into me when they do that. Once a woman was also caring a big ol’ Starbucks which spilled all down the front of her shirt when she did. Awww too bad, so sad, sorry not sorry.

  2. steve says:

    Nothing to report from the Big Easy. Into the vault shortly for more site inspection. Cameras cameras everywhere.

    The local took us to a hole in the wall seafood joint in Slidell. Very good.

    Bike in the gym is only so so. But I still gave it 45 minutes.


    • Stacy says:

      Ah, memories! My very first trip (of many) to NOLA, I stayed in Slidell. 1997 Super Bowl (Green Bay Packers of course) — closest hotel we could find at the last minute we decided to go. Actually pretty surprised we even got that close considering.

      Do you have any free time, Steve? I’d recommend going to the WWII Museum in the central business district if you’ve never been – it’s phenomenal.

  3. Steve says:

    We walked by Daisy Dukes coming to the bank this morning. I’m not a bloody mary drinker, but it looked like an interesting place. Doubtful to get to the WWII museum- Debbie and I need to come back and visit my co-worker Jude here. Lives in the swamp West of here.

  4. Barb says:

    My mom’s brother & family lived in Gretna (the west bank) while we were growing up. We went to Bourbon St etc. as kids, but then when I went back as an adult – what a different perspective. 3 for 1 happy hour is engraved in my brain – 6 people, its a multiple of 3, we made a mistake of saying bring us 6 beers – we got 18!
    my favorite place to eat was Coop’s Place in the Quarter.

  5. Debbie Brady says:

    I love NOLA. Used to visit several times a year for work and had some epic nights out.

    One of my friends lobbied heavily for the hands free bill. She was all over the media. She lost her husband to a distracted driver 2 years ago. So proud of and for her that it will be law.

    New horse finally has a name. It was an uncharacteristic struggle for me to name this one, but he is Murphy.

    Confirmed this morning that I will have a 4th association to manage. There go my aspirations to work part-time.

    Now I want a donut.

    • ITP Lurker says:

      There goes that damn “be careful what you ask for, you might (er, most likely absolutely will) get it!” at play again… 🙂

  6. Well, it certainly got hot quickly. Broke a sweat walking a mile back from lunch.

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