I'm in Atlanta today.
I'd really like it best if I were home with Handsome, had a large (neverending) mug of really good hot chocolate, a large fluffy quilt, and add in some ferocious rain falling on the roof, and a stack of movies just waiting to be watched. Oh, and in this dream, all of my looming deadlines had been met ahead of time and I have nothing to distract me from purely enjoying my day.
But that's not where I am. So I need to find some things to love about Atlanta, instead.
And I know one right off of the top of my head. Or bottom of my stomach. Or something like that.
Honestly, I don't know if I'm going to get to go to Max's, but in my heart, I'm already there. I'd tell you that their dinner menu is great or something, but I don't much remember dinner. And I'd blame it on their fancy brewskies, but I'm not a brewskie drinker. It's their dessert that has wiped all other food from my mind. Deep. Fried. Cheesecake. Fried-in-a-tortilla-rolled-in-cinnamon-sugar-served-with-icecream. It's incredible. I've had it twice, and my mouth remembers every taste.
Also on the list, from the last time I stayed in this very same hotel I'm typing to you now from, my BFF over at the GA aquarium.
Isn't he just so cool?? We're totally pen pals, and he's giving me tips on what to do with my swimming lessons...
Wait buddy! Who's that in the picture?! You said I was your best friend!
Just joking, I'm totally cool with him having other friends.
Seriously, I'm alright with it. Mostly.
Anyhow, that is my pitifully short list. Bear in mind that this is country mouse making a list of things to do in a city, and I'm just not that good at it. There's eating, yes, but now that I've found Max's, I don't really have any desire to go explore other places.
So if you know, would you share with me? What is there to love in Atlanta?
I <3 Seahorses,