Days Inn Winston Salem Mall/Hospitals/Convention Center
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... of a wait got our orders. There was a lot of chopped pork at the table but I opted for brisket with turnip greens, fried okra and hushpuppies. Cheryl got a salad with pulled pork and I think most everyone else got chopped pork dishes. Oh, Susie got a salad with breaded chicken. Sweet teas were the most popular drink at the table.
The waitress dropped off the orders and then plopped down two huge baskets of hushpuppies on the table. One ...
... that I had completely forgotten about! I think I took my time in Korea for granted. I cannot wait to go back and visit and I know I will. But, now I have to focus on getting ready for Germany. I will live there for a much longer time (6+ months)! Hopefully I'm ready for everything I'm going to face there, but I'm sure that even if I'm not I'll work my way through it.
But..I guess my question is, where am I heading now? New place, new dreams, new goals..what's next?
... 8217;t hang around too long anyway with three dogs approaching at full voice.
There was so much being talked about that my head was spinning. I tried to recall a few things for inclusion in the daily blog, but I am not sure I will be doing any of them justice since my mind seems to be on overload. It has nothing to do with the juice we were drinking either.
While we were there Alan spotted the next door neighbors doing some sort of yard project ...
... should be safe to eat. I ordered a filet mignon, medium rare, of course with a baked potato and salad. Ed ordered shrimp and grits while Susie had a flatbread pizza. Everyone seemed to like what they ordered. It was obviously a very popular place because it was packed. And it wasn’t a small place, either.
We talked about some things that I promised Susie I wouldn’t put in the blog, even though Ed warned her that she should watch what ...
... of nowhere in Tennessee). The house itself is gorgeous, wow! Dean and his wife Laurel built it 15 years ago. It's huge and filled with so much creativity! It's got the classy southern charm mixed with jazzy, silly, artsy decorations. I got a super comfortable bedroom upstairs with a bathroom all to myself. What a treat! Then Dean, his daughter Riley, and I went out to a local restaurant called Krafted. Riley is my age and teaches ESL in ...