DoorDash Atlanta – Delivery Made Easy

May 07

DoorDash Atlanta – Delivery Made Easy

The following blog post is sponsored by DoorDash. One great thing about Atlanta is the plethora of quality restaurant choices and endless cuisine options. One not-so-great thing about Atlanta? The traffic. DoorDash offers a solution. You can get your hands (and mouth) on those amazing eats without ever leaving the comfort of your own home. You can order from...

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Water For Elephants

May 01

Water For Elephants

This is my 3rd time reading this unique and romantic story by Sara Gruen. I was visiting my friend Stacy in Denver 7 or 8 years ago. We love to steal each other’s books whenever we visit. A friend who reads is a treasure indeed. I read the description on the back, and surely made some smart-mouth comment about not liking the circus. Oh, to be happily wrong....

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No One Knows

Apr 24

No One Knows

This thriller by J.T. Ellison was my April selection from the Book of the Month club. No One Knows tries really, really hard to be the next Gone Girl, and it just misses the mark. Aubrey and her husband Josh are on their way to a joint bachelor/bachelorette party when they get into a fender bender. They shake off minor injuries and push through the pain, like any...

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A Thousand Naked Strangers

Apr 17

A Thousand Naked Strangers

This book, subtitled A Paramedic’s Wild Ride to the Edge and Back is by Kevin Hazzard. It also marks my second selection in my Book of the Month subscription, which is my new very favorite thing. This choice was easy, as the bulk of Mr. Hazzard’s stories come straight out of Grady Hospital here in Atlanta, where The World’s Best Husband does quite...

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