I chose to go to Aretha Frankenstiens for a mid afternoon snackie. Online I found some reviews and based on those I went with a bacon and egg biscuit. yum yum. These southerners know how to make their biscuits! This place puts a little sugar on top...mmm mm mmm!
After my awkward experience of eating alone in an empty restaurant (more like coffee shop). It was super awkward. I don't think I'll be making a habit of going by myself. I like the whole eating it my hotel room better.For the next 2 hours I drove around the residential parts of Chattanooga. Completely loving every single second of all these huge plantation houses. This was probably one of the highlights of my trip. I fell in love with this area more and more.
I walked around a bit, wandered into a bookstore where a book club was meeting. The book club consisted of a group of big gospel singing type women. A woman began to read her story that she wrote and sang parts of it (when telling about the church choir) I couldn't help but love her. I love the people out here. They are big, southern God fearing, happy, kind people and I love 'em all!
If you ever find yourself coming to Chattanooga let me know! I'll fill you in on the places I've loved!
I am so excited to go home tomorrow! this is the longest Fred and I have been apart since we got married...Chana no likey.
Oh and these pics were taken from my cell phone. they look good huh!