Today, I made lemonade.

My day started off pretty crappy. I was headed to work only to find that my car wouldn’t start. Not even a little bit. I’ve been needing an oil change but money has been tight which has made easy for me to keep putting it off. The absolute worse scenarios started running through my mind.Continue reading “Today, I made lemonade.”

Atlanta Botanical Gardens – Photo Gallery

It’s spring in Atlanta and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate then by taking a stroll through the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. I loved looking at the flowers and plants through my camera lens and experimenting with different angles and perspectives. I hope you enjoy the images that I compiled in the photo galleryContinue reading “Atlanta Botanical Gardens – Photo Gallery”

Today, I Marched. Atlanta Woman’s March For Social Justice (Photo Gallery)

On January 21, 2017 Civil Right’s icon, John Lewis, led the charge at the Atlanta March for Social Justice and Women saying, “When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just; you have a moral obligation to say something, to do something. We cannot afford to be silent.” Silent we were not.Continue reading “Today, I Marched. Atlanta Woman’s March For Social Justice (Photo Gallery)”

Dragon Con 2016

I decided to trek into Downtown Atlanta and check out the Dragon Con Festivities this year. While I’ve lived in this city since 2008, I’ve never ventured into this particular event before. I’ve always figured that it wasn’t my thing. However, I quickly realized that Dragon Con can be enjoyed by everyone. While I didn’t recognizeContinue reading “Dragon Con 2016”

The Weird New World of Dating

I’m sitting at my local bar in Atlanta. One of the waitresses just got off and she sits on the stool next to me. We’re enjoying banter with the bartenders and the topic of conversation gradually shifts to relationships, or more specifically, our longest relationships. Everyone shares their number; the average is three years. TommyContinue reading “The Weird New World of Dating”

Two Pictures, Same Spot

The two pictures below are of the exact same spot at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Ga. The top picture was taken on November 2, 2013 and the bottom just a few days ago (Jan. 28, 2014) during a Winter Storm that has been dubbed Snowpocalypse. When I set out in the cold with my camera it was forContinue reading “Two Pictures, Same Spot”

Atlanta Snow Storm 2014 – It’s Real Folks!

If you’ve been watching the news here in the U.S. then you’ve probably heard of a little situation in the Atlanta, Georgia area that some are referring to as “Snowpocalypse”. While this may seem a bit dramatic to you Chicagoan’s keep in mind that the city of Atlanta (and surrounding areas) was not at all preparedContinue reading “Atlanta Snow Storm 2014 – It’s Real Folks!”

Atlanta’s Food Truck Park Is Ready For You

Whoever came up with the idea of selling fast and tasty gourmet food from a truck was a freakin genius and I love them for it. Gone are the days of shady hot dog vendors being the only option for a fast treat and it couldn’t have come soon enough for me as the smellContinue reading “Atlanta’s Food Truck Park Is Ready For You”

SkyView: Atlanta’s Newest Attraction – Check It Out!

The great city of Atlanta has a new addition to its skyline in the form of a 200-foot ferris wheel called SkyView and it’s pretty darn fancy. Each climate-controlled gondola can hold up to 6 people, with 42 gondolas that’s a whopping 252 people who can enjoy the 15-minute ride simultaneously. Impressive, right? It mayContinue reading “SkyView: Atlanta’s Newest Attraction – Check It Out!”

Atlantans Protest NSA Spying

“The right of the people to be secure…against unreasonable searches and seizure, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” – Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the UnitedContinue reading “Atlantans Protest NSA Spying”