Red Carpet Inn Cartersville
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... 8217;s become a lost art. It’s difficult for many of us to be able to let go and just relax, listen, smile and be in the moment. Ball Ground is the kind of place that offers you that opportunity, to just take time for yourself or spend time with a loved one.
Turn the cell phone off. Did I do that? Actually no, I didn’t; but then again, I was also meeting a friend, Jacob, in Jasper, GA, and the ...
... to roll out of bed. Completing a marathon on a school night may not make for a good day / week at work.
RB, being the supportive type he is, didn't see what all the fuss was about and decided to sleep in well past 8am; I was in work for 7:30. Happy Birthday to me.
Putting in only a ten hour shift meant there was time to head off for tea. Eating out is so much a part of the ...
Having spent the majority of this week at my second home RB classes his first working week a fail. Little does he know that these hours spent talking, talking and talking some more allows for me to buy the 16" Bronx Bomber which is currently on the way. No doubt some young college kid will expect a tip the size of the pizza itself. Tipping is fine, gratitude is short coming in the most. If you're talking to anyone other than a waitress however, then they appear to appreciate ...
... big games the big screen camera shows shots of people in the crowd? Well, Jorja seemed pretty desperate to get on it. So Georgia Jorja Lauren and I, got up and waved our arms, danced air pumped and so on, in a hopeless attempt to get on tv. Not only did we never get on tv, but our arms became even more sore from doing so. Side note: Jorja and Georgia also attempted to start the Mexican wave..and yes they failed miserably We also got some ice cream to top ...
... it's nice and warm here so we went and did a little shopping at some local shops (not a mall or anything) just a few stores. They had this store which had jewelry (of every kind and colour) handbags and some clothing, that was pretty upper class compared to shops at home. I picked up a clutch, it was $8 I almost had a heart attack, so cheap! considering it was something that would usually sell for about $60 back home! I didn't buy the ...