It’s all yours today. Have a great weekend.

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16 Responses to 2019-02-22

  1. Steve says:

    Travel safe.

    Off to pick up the scooter shortly. I don’t know what the oil and filter normally costs, but for what they did and didn’t do, $150 isn’t bad.

    Debbie still has the crud and I’m coughing as well. Great.


  2. barb says:

    nothing exciting going on here –
    Trying to decide if we can try a Red Eyed Mule lunch- its been so busy since they’ve moved to the new location. We are thinking abut trying to go at 1130.
    (Mike aka Clusterf*ck) has been in AZ and his hotel is across from a Culvers – he keeps posting pictures of from there – makes me want a burger.

  3. Rest Area near Ocala, had to pee. Probably two hours of driving remaining…

  4. Steve says:

    I think we will make it to our favorite Mexican place in Tucker. A friends mom passed and burial will be at the cemetery on E. Ponce near the old Tucker house.

    Phinney is getting acupuncture at the moment. He has about 15 needles in with most getting voltage. He is as chill as can be.

  5. 1. Lunch with mom, fantastic.
    2. Wells Fargo close the branch near my mom’s, poop.
    3. Going to have to get a new iPhone when I return to Atlanta, dangen!

    • barb says:

      did you finally drop that phone with no case & break it?

      Red Eyed Mule was packed with a line at 1130 – maybe 1:30pm might be less busy? or 11:00? but it was GOOD!

  6. OH NO! I just discovered that my favorite package store hash closes. I kid you not, it was there when we moved here in 1978 so I never expected to see it go.

  7. Steve says:

    And the scooter is safely home, and I’m $300 poorer. The $150 was the diagnostics- they forgot the oil change. Oops. Bring Many Washingtons. (BMW).

    I’m sure you have fond memories of that liquor store. I’ll raise a glass.

    • barb says:

      its just money – when my Subaru brake light sensor dash light that he said was a $25 part (but forgot to tell met he labor was $150) that’s what I had to think.

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