Our Transition to Tennessee

So we’ve lived on the mainland now for over a month.

We spent almost half of that on the road but we’re back now.

There’s a supernatural grace.  I expected to be heartsick, missing Hawaii.  Neither Jess and I feel that way.

Maybe when it gets cold.

Franklin is a nice town and we have no business living here.

As I sat down to write this there was a segway tour stopped across the street looking at all of the historical houses.  Probably the ones selling for 3.5 million.  5.5 million.  I always joked and half prayed that God would send me to the rich and not the poor.  haha.

There’s an area called cool springs that’s about a 10 minute drive.  It has every restaurant you could ever want and I’ve wanted chipotle.  No chipotle’s in Hawaii.

Jess and I laughed as we looked around.  Well manicured, fit looking people.  Sharply dressed, tailored fitting clothes and fresh hair cuts.  Fresh off the road I hadn’t cut my hair in a few weeks or shaved and was wearing my usual gym shorts and v neck solid colored t.

Our first day in Tennessee we told some store clerks that we had just moved here from Hawaii.  Their first response was WHY?!  And then they very politely welcomed us to Tennessee.

We like the volunteer state so far.  Have you ever visited Tennessee?  Let us know what we should check out in the comments below.

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CorrieAugust 14, 2015 - 11:32 am

Rose Peppers Mexican restaurant in east Nashville. I mean… Unreal. Also there’s a pub called tin roof which has some pretty epic queso dip if you’re into that thing… Which, who isn’t into queso dip?

Jim BakerAugust 26, 2015 - 5:47 am

QUESO DIP!!!! Thanks for the suggestions, we’ll have to check it out.

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