Things with me and Greg are going, well, let’s say better than hoped for. I was out and around on Saturday and had forgot to tell Greg where I was going. He freaked (as I would given the tables were turned) and came to the realization that he must really love me, and said so to me. I was flat out floored and felt all warm inside. It’s been a long long time since someone told me they loved me and meant it. This guy means a lot to me folks, I think that this is the one I’ve been waiting for for so long.

On other fronts, only three weeks of class left until the end of the semester. I’m taking a four week break, then doing my summer classes as previously discussed in the last entry.

Thinking of trying to take a trip to Atlanta again sometime soon, I loved being down there and would love to go around the city myself for a day, possibly even take in a Braves game. (Not that I like the Braves or anything, just never been to a MLB game). In researching ticket prices, I’m willing to pay $15 for a second level seat, but no more than that for one game.

Off to class I go! πŸ™‚

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  1. The last time (and the only time) I went to a Braves game was back in ’97, so things have changed since then……..but it was a great experience (despite the Braves losing to the San Deigo Padres). I think you’ll like it, especially if it’s your first MLB game. πŸ˜‰

    Surprisingly, didn’t take that long to get there, even in the traffic (2 hours tops for me coming from Jasper, GA [about 80-100 miles north of Atlanta] — I was figuring 3-4 with all of the traffic in Atlanta for the game). We quickly found a paid parking lot (lucky for us, we got a paid gravel lot not too far away from Turner Field), got out, got into the stadium, got a few refreshments (if you’re gonna eat/drink there, you’d better bring the nearest bank with ya, it’s expensive :-P), got into our upper deck seats……and we enjoyed the game (we also went around the place, looking at everything).

    It’s pretty neat, though. Glad to hear everything’s ok with ya’ll. πŸ™‚

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