“Lost in another world (far away), never another word (till today)”
Posted on February 19th, 2012 @ 12:37 pm

“I’m alive”

Let’s see how you figure out that reference. I should pull out that movie and watch it. 😆

I am okay. I’ve been taking things easy so far in 2012. Now that my Project 365 is completed, I have taking photos when I’ve been in the mood. If I’m not in the mood, I don’t take one. Sadly, I’m in the mood today, but the weather is poor and I don’t want to leave my place. At the moment, nothing here is photo worthy except the animals.

This weekend, I have been watching 1980 flicks. Friday night I watched 9 to 5. As a little kid, it was funny but I never knew exactly what I was laughing at.  Now that I am an adult and have worked in the office environment, I can laugh at even the little things.  Thankfully, my office life has never been that dreadful.  I actually like my office environment. This morning, I watched How to Beat the High Co$t of Living.  Again, a movie I saw as a kid but the only thing I remember from it is that is starred Jane Curtain and Susan St. James, who were “Kate and Allie” together. I decided to try it out.  It was OK.

Other than that, not much else.

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Posted on February 4th, 2012 @ 4:55 pm

I thought I would do a visual blog post.

Just next door to my apartment complex is the Heirloom Market BBQ joint.  For food snobs in Atlanta, this is one of the best joints to visit.  But, I don’t consider myself to be one.

I must recommend it.

Heirloom serves BBQ, but it’s got a Korean kick to the food.  Case in point, the smoked chicken wings I had the other night:

Smoked wings platter

They are drizzled in a special sauce for them.  They had a kick.  They had a bite.  But after all, they were nice.  And if doesn’t satisfy you, you can get a pulled chicken sandwich:


This is usually when I’m not daring. The seasoning on the chicken is American BBQ meets Korean flavoring.

And if that doesn’t tempt you, or you are just hardcore into basic American stuff, my I suggest the  hamburger:

Dinner time
The last time I had a burger like that, my mother made it.

I tell you when it comes time to move out of my apartment complex, I will miss Heirloom. There is so much more there I want to try. And after eating there, I get just enough food and don’t feel ravenous after eating a meal.  I can’t stand completing a meal and still feeling hungry.

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