But I had a very full and satisfying day in this city, and I could certainly get used to it.
I'd probably need a lot more money, though.
I was able to easily find the seeds and grains in bulk at Whole Foods, and picked up a few things at Trader Joe's, which was right around the corner. I was in a ritzy part of Nashville, but alas - no star sightings.
I met my daughter for lunch downtown - YES, I DROVE DOWNTOWN - and found my way back to her house without incident.
Traffic in my neighborhood isn't quite the same as it is here. The only time you'll get stuck behind a lomg line of cars back home is if you're in a funeral procession.
And when I start dwelling on the whole "driving in traffic" issue, I renew my appreciation for rural living.
There will be more shopping today, as the search continues for a few things. Tonight is my granddaughter's dance performance, and she choreographed one of the pieces. Can't wait to see the interpretation of her concept.
I can only imagine the packed parking lots on Saturday afternoon at any - or all - of our destinations. It's raining, though. Maybe everyone will stay home.
I hope you have a great Saturday.
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