We had a lovely holiday with my parents who came over for Christmas and New Year. Lots of food and drink was consumed, and many walks taken to walk off the aforementioned calories. We visited Nashville, Franklin and went to the movies. My "lucky" Mum had the experience of seeing people shopping in their pajamas at 3pm in Walmart, an experience not to be missed I tell you!
Speaking of Walmart, I had yet another adventure in their parking lot. There I was, innocently packing away the weekly grocery haul when some bloke came up and asked if that was a German flag on the front of my van. I explained that it was actually a Scottish flag, but I guess he didn't believe me. I then had to listen to him talking nonsense about flags of the world while I hastily chucked the dog food in as fast as I could, before jumping in my van and driving off at top speed. I really must check the van to see if there is actually some kind of sign on there that attracts weirdos...
Driving here at night really freaks me out. There are no cat's eyes on the roads AT ALL! Is it the same all over America or is this just a Tennessee phenomenon? Please enlighten me! It's so hard to see where the road is in the dark, especially when it's raining, so I drive like an old lady peering over my steering wheel trying to see the edge of the road. You need to see the edge of the road here because sometimes it's a sheer drop, I kid you not! Cat's eyes America, google them, and more importantly, put them on the bloody roads!
So that's all I've got for