Thursday, December 9, 2010

Rain Makes Corn, Corn Makes Whiskey . . .

A couple of months ago Britt and I headed out to Macon Georgia to see Luke Bryan in concert.

We were welcomed in good southern style.

On the way to Macon. I had a fever pretty much the whole week before we were supposed to leave and most of the trip. As you can tell from the above picture, the fever must have made me loopy.
On the way to the concert!

Welcome to the Farm Tour 2010!

Driving to our parking spot in the middle of a random field.

WE ARE HERE AND ABOUT TO SEE LUKE BRYAN IN CONCERT!!!!

Oh how I love me some Luke Bryan. A great voice and VERY attractive.
I'll never forget screaming Drinkin' Beer and Wastin' Bullets at the top of my lungs. The little girl who sat a couple rows in front of us who was so excited to be there and couldn't sit still.

I'll also never forget getting lost after our late night trip to Walmart.
Britt: " Do you know where the closest McDonalds is?"
Gas Station attendant: " I have no idea, I don't think there is one close. By the way you look very pretty tonight."
Britt:" Thanks....."

And then the next light up, there was a McDonalds.
We had kind of already decided that we wanted to go the next day to Atlanta for a couple of hours.

Stone Mountain!
I'll never forget on the trip to Atlanta from Macon, Britt and I went on a search for some peaches. Her mom had asked her to get some real Georgia peaches. We thought this would be pretty easy. Our first exit happened to be completely deserted and definitely did not have a peach stand. Our next exit had a stand but it hadn't been opened in what seemed like hundreds of years. Although that same exact we ran into a waterfall, it was so pretty.

I'll never forget how we splurged on the everything meal at Olive Garden. Virgins Strawberry Daiquiris, an appetizer and then our meals!

I'll never forget making a special trip to the really fancy mall just to get some pecan pralines.

I'll never forget driving around and looking at all the pretty houses.

I'll never forget how we were supposed to leave at 5 or 6. We left more towards 9.

I will never forget that creepy gas station with the Church's Chicken attached that was open at like midnight.

I'll never forget our midnight stop at Walmart in our pjs.

I will DEFINITELY not forget mustang boy :)

I'll never forget how long that 6 hour ride home felt and how delirious we were by the end of it. I was naming as many Disney characters from random movies and singing Disney songs as loud as possible.