I decided I would make an awesome Love and Hate for Nashville. Just to post something new I guess!
-Downtown is pretty awesome, lots of stuff to see there
-If you need anything, places here are open super late (unlike ephraim utah)
-The selection of places to shop/eat/etc. Makes it hard to choose when we eat out...
-The pool at our apartments
-Six lane highways (nice when you need to get somewhere)
-Our ward, lots of interesting people!
-Our rented furniture! the bed is ssooooooo soft!
-Our apartment doesn't smell like smoke anymore! (or we just got used to it...)
-The on ramps to get on the highways are a big loop that you can go NO MORE than 30 mph on. Rather than just having the ramp go straight to the highway its this huge loop! If you look at one on google maps it looks like a flower!
-If I google a certain store I want to go to and it says 5 miles away, that really means 10-20 minutes worth of driving on highways.
-How long it took me to know the location of Walmart!
-(the obvious) I miss our families!
-I have to drive a couple blocks to do laundry; no quarters, just a money card you load up at the office
So there you have it. The things about Nashville!
Our 4th of July holiday was awesome! We had a nice BBQ with some friends from Rove and then we headed to a free Darius Rucker concert at Riverfront Park. It was pretty awesome because we were right by the river...the stage was a barge! The concert was awesome, but the fireworks were crazy! They went on forever and the grand finale was earsplittingly crazy! We also had a chance to go buy some fireworks. Ones that aren't sold in Utah (bottle rockets, firecrackers...etc.) There were three different tents that we went to to compare prices. After the third tent we went back to the first and we got rewarded for coming back! We now find ourselves with 5 packets of bottle rockets containing 144 in each pack! We are LOADED. The funny thing about these fireworks though, is that in Davidson county where we reside, they cannot be lit off! Guess we will have a hayday when we head back to Delta in August, a whole different fourth of July.