Thanks everyone again for all the nice posts! Wow! This is such a nice group of people! I don't know what all to say or how to respond to everyone but thank you all!
JulesJules wrote:Tell me, where did yall wind up staying? In town, near the Fox, or elsewhere? Did you bring the dog? Did you like the hotel?
I stayed in the downtown area at the sheraton, the hotel was nice and pretty much what you want in a hotel. Nice big tub! I do like a nice big tub! Dharma did come with me. I had no idea where to walk her or exercise her, so if I go to atlanta ever again I'll probably stay on the outskirts so I have some trees and land cause getting around downtown actually wasn't too bad. Getting lost in the city was my biggest fear, but if you have directions you can find things pretty fast. I get more lost more here at home so that was really good and I think outskirts would be do-able. I got a lot of weird looks from people cause I was sprinting back and forth with a border collie mix in the parking lot constantly lol. The city was kind of unsettling to her as well, but even though I'm sure we looked nuts, running calms her down so I didn't care.
No, no eyebrows raised by the poodle. lol He was just happy to be able to wag his tail again (matted to his leg) and that someone was paying attention to him. He's a black standard and he'll be beautiful once he's no longer nekkid. I'm the matted and/or difficult dog go-to girl for this area. The shelter and rescues here send me all their found dogs and I get neglect and difficult cases referred to me by vets. So that's my niche.
No, mockingbird you are not wrong at all.
I read anything and everything Gaiman does. I love anything that's well written with a nice dash of mythology and you gotta love Delirium.
Thank you for the poncho compliment! I found it at a garage sale it says it's from tibet, which is neat and gosh it's warm lol. Turnip if you haven't read the Sandman comics you must get a hold of them asap, it's even better than stardust in my mind at least.