First batch of photos from our trip. I must warn you … whenever I pull out the camera, my men get silly faces for some reason – haha. Goofs I tell ya. Here’s the boy in the back seat of our styling Jeep. We were happy that it didn’t smell like smoke like the first car they brought us.
Here is the view that we got to see the majority of our drive from New Orleans to Memphis. It was SO damn dark and really there wasn’t anyone but us and the truckers on the road. We didn’t get into downtown Memphis, TN until after midnight. We were DOG tired.
The next morning we went to spend time with Grandma Freda in the hospital. She got all dressed up for us. I swear – she’s the most awesome person with a killer soul. I should have taken a second picture just in case. I didn’t realize that she moved in this shot . Too bad. Still – Zac likes the photo. It’s the first one of them together since he was about 4 yrs old.
This joint had Ron and I cracking up. It’s located in Paragould, AR. It looks like a nice restaurant. I jokingly said to Ron that it was an Irish girls Mexican Restaurant as I raised my imaginary glass in a toast, “ta Molly” – hahaha
After we left Paragould – we headed back to Memphis to check out Neely’s BBQ (they have a show on Food Network that Zac and I watched). We decided it’d be fun to check it out on our way through – we were definitely NOT sorry we made that lil detour. It was FABULOUS!
Then we hit the road to Biloxi, MS. We forgot to take pictures there because really we were too busy learning about our investment opportunities. On Wednesday evening we went into a Ocean Springs, MS upon the recommendation of our server the night before for Sushi at Chef Scott’s. We met Chef Scott outside and chatted a bit with him. He’s a character and will be opening up a smoothy spot next door to the sushi joint soon. Oh … forgot to mention both places are BYOB. He said even the smoothy place you can bring your own booze to mix with his fresh fruit – haha. Cool Dude. Here are a couple of shots from Ocean Springs – a darling lil town.
Ok … maybe the New Orleans photos tomorrow. There are lots of alligators in dem dere pictures