Born and raised in the Dirty South! While I may love to travel and have seen a lot of places, but I will always choose to live right here in sweet Georgia. Although, one day I'm going to see the whole USA, the right way, on a Harley.
Nothing gets me through a gritty day like music blaring, the sun and wind on my face. I am a total music-a-holic and I must be in the middle of things. For some reason, I thrive on wild energy and lots of people. Radio feeds my addiction for music, energy, and adventure, and I love it! One day, I will be "the most interesting woman in the world" so lookout.
I used to be a gym rat. Love weight training and yoga. But these days prefer to be outside. Hiking, camping, fishing, ect. And if there is water there, then I am there! Ocean, lake or river I don't care!
I don't take myself too seriously and don't take others that way either. Though I may seem crazy and wild I am one of the most laid back people you will ever meet. Give me live music, good friends and a cold one... then life is good!
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From Atlanta Magazine
Earlier this month, WaHo started bringing plates of joy to disaster stricken areas with a new food truck specialized for disaster relief. The company contracted David Ford of Food Trucks South to create a truck that would not only hold the ambience and productivity of a brick and mortar location but also could be used to assist areas affected by natural disasters. Recently, we got in touch with Ford for more details about the truck and how it will be utilized.
Where did the inspiration for this truck come from?
I think Waffle House’s Chairman of the Board is the one who came up with the idea. They started looking at trucks about three years ago before they went and pulled the trigger on it. They came to me with the idea around August or September of 2012, and it's the first disaster relief food truck they've had.
How will this food truck double as a disaster relief vehicle?
They have so many stores on the coast, and they want the flexibility to go wherever there’s a storm. Once a hurricane hits, they send out a truck with a generator and an electrician to wire up a store. It’s really a service, believe it or not, because it gives the media and locals a place to eat. They’re there early with the Red Cross. They’re doing it to make money, of course, but they’re also doing it to give back to communities hit by tornadoes or hurricanes.
Will the truck be used for anything else?
They’ll be able to go into areas like gulf ports to open and serve people that have been displaced and so forth. It will be used for catering as well.
Can you describe the truck itself?
They designed the layout to be like a store. We took their drawings and fabricated everything with their designs. The Waffle House logo is on the roof of the truck, too, so when helicopters are flying over the disaster with news media, they will see the truck feeding people. It’s like a full on restaurant inside with a full grill and waffle irons. The menu will be something fairly close to normal stores.
From Huffington Post
Has anyone seen a giant mango? If so, Australia is missing one.
Bowen in northern Queensland lost one of its main tourist attractions this week after the town's "Big Mango" was stolen by a team of thieves early Monday, according to media reports. Closed-circuit television footage from the scene shows a mobile crane pulling up to the mango production capital's prized statue shortly after 2 a.m.
At first, tourism officials thought reports of the mango theft were a joke, according to Sky News. (The jury is still out on whether this entire scheme is just an elaborate publicity stunt.) But, sure enough, the fake fruit, which weighs an estimated 10 metric tons (about 22,000 pounds), was nowhere to be seen Monday morning.
From Huffington Post
Thinking of a romantic getaway? Consider traveling to Reykjavik, Iceland. Located conveniently on the fringe of the Arctic Circle, this quaint little town offers breathtaking views of nature and wildlife -- and penises.
That's right, we said penises.
After you finish whale watching on the shores of Skjálfandi bay, make your way over to Sigurður “Siggi” Hjartarson's Phallological Museum for some good ole' fashion family fun. The museum opened in 1997 and houses 280 shlongs from 93 species. It has everything from the johnsons of field mice to sperm whale.
But there is one specimen missing -- human.
Jonah Bekhor and Zach Math's documentary, "The Final Member" (release date unknown) follows one Icelandic man, Pall Arason, and a patriotic American, Tom Mitchell, as they vie for the coveted spot in the museum.
Both long for glory and fame, but the big competition is stiff.
Arason has pledged to donate his 5-incher after he dies. Mitchell, though, is dead-set on Arason to the finish line by giving the museum his 7-inch manhood (which he nicknamed "Elmo" and is tattooed with stars and stripes) before he dies.
Though Siggi has a preference to give the spot to a fellow countryman, Mitchell is shooting for top position. "Id like the to know the largest and best one came from the states... I've always had a dream of fame and fortune for Elmo," Mitchell says in the video.
Siggi has two requirements for those willing to donate. "The first is a legal document (letter of donation) signed by three witnesses, and the second is proof that the penis is a “legal length” of at least 5 inches," reports The Daily Beast. They note that "Siggie based the minimum requirement on an old Icelandic folk tale called 'A Legal Length,' whereby a woman requested a divorce from her husband on the grounds that his penis was not 5 inches in length, but only three."
Though Hjartarson was once donated the organ of a 95-year-old local man, the preservation was unsuccessful. "I should have put him in vinegar, perhaps a wee bit of salt. So I could have formed him better," Hjartarson told the Lonely Planet.
Thus, the competition pulses on. Watch out for the big long documentary that's due to hit theaters this spring.
from huffington Post
If you are the kind of person who likes to indulge in a few cocktails, chances are, someday you're going to feel hungover. Now, science has tried to tell us recently that some of our traditional shields in the war against hangovers will actually make things worse. We'd like to say, science, get the f**k out of here for a few minutes -- our heads hurt and we need coffee and a bacon sandwich.
When we feel our worst, making ourselves hangover food doesn't always feel like an option. That, friends, is why diners exist, with their encyclopedic menus, never-ending supply of coffee and dishwashers. When you sit down in that booth (with friends, or alone, no judgement), you're going to be faced with an overwhelming number of choices to remedy the damage you did last night. I asked HuffPost staffers what their go-to order in a diner is, then ranked them in order of hangover curability.
Please note, there are no drinks on this list. You need water. You need coffee. If you are lucky enough to be in a diner that serves Bloody Marys, by all means, give it a go. Have a milkshake if you feel like it! Today, we're talking about food that you chew, food that -- even if it doesn't actually cure anything -- will make you feel better for just a moment, and give you the courage to face the rest of the day.
So sweet and delicious in the moment, so depressing when you're hungry again an hour later and still have a headache.
19 Buttered Toast
For when you are feeling the sincerest kind of hangover pain.
18 Monte Cristo Sandwich
If this is your hangover cure, you are braver than I. Godspeed, deep-friend sandwich eaters.
Look, this is probably going to make you feel worse in the long run, but we know it tastes so good.
16 French Toast
This will satisfy your sweet tooth, give you some protein and put you right back to sleep.
15 Mozzarella Sticks
YUP. We support this decision.
14 Tuna Sandwich
Sometimes a hungover body demands protein. We're not here to stop you, body.
13 Chicken Fingers
Sometimes your inner child is the one you have to appease. No shame in that game.
12 Biscuits And Gravy
South of the Mason-Dixon line, this will not disappoint you. Other times, beware.
1 Mashed Potatoes And Gravy
Just like on Thanksgiving, gravy is not optional today.
10 French Fries
Cheese fries, disco fries, chili fries, whatever you need.
Stuffed with cheese, fluffy, usually accompanied by potatoes. Slam dunk.
Bacon might help counteract a hangover -- which is about as much science as we need to convince us to eat a BLT.
7 Bacon Cheeseburger
It is possible that these taste even better when we're hungover.
6 Hash Browns
Home fries need not apply.
5 Corned Beef Hash
Time (and corned beef hash) heals all wounds.
4 Grilled Cheese
Damn. We feel better already.
3 Baked Potato
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2 Bacon Egg And Cheese On A Roll
If you want it on a croissant or bagel, we won't judge you.
1 Full On Greasy Breakfast
You want steak and eggs? Do it. You want bacon and sausage AND ham? Do it. Chicken fried steak? We're not stopping you. This is your breakfast and you deserve it.
The only required components are eggs, potatoes, meat and grease.