Well, here I am in Tennessee at the local Starbucks here blogging. I am visiting with my family and I am looking forward to having a great time! I am a very happy camper today being able to sit here and blog to you guys! We’ll be having a whole bunch of family members over for the 4th of July weekend. Just about everybody on my dad’s side of the family of Tennessee will be coming over. So, I am really looking forward to seeing everybody.
Here in Tennessee, fireworks are legal, so, I might consider buying a few fireworks just to have some fun! Maybe not, depends on the cost and I want to see what else the family has in mind too. My uncle had a good roast that he’s been roasting for a very long time. I think he said something like 12 hours. He told me that it’s going to be a huge feast with every kind of food you can imagine given the number of people that is going to be coming over. Which is a lot! For those of you interested in visiting Tennessee, I have included a link of 15 beautiful places to visit in this particular state: Beautiful Places To Visit In Tennessee
After visiting in Tennessee, the family plans on taking my mother and sister out for their birthdays out to some kind of Brazilian restaurant in Atlanta. We won’t do that until a few days after we return home from Tennessee. Supposedly, this Brazilian restaurant is really, really good. Ever single last friend that I talked to has nothing but rave reviews. I can’t remember the name of the restaurant, but my cousin has already made reservations. But it’s one of the top Brazilian restaurants in the city of Atlanta.
It’s not cheap either. I was told it costs about 50 bucks per person to eat there and it’s all you can eat. Servers basically come over and make sure your plate is never empty and you use a sign to tell them exactly what kind of dish you want. But I was told they do a good job of keeping your plate full. Should be an interesting place to check out!
William Davenport is a graduate of Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia and earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He is also a combat veteran of the Georgia Army National Guard serving a tour in Afghanistan from 2009-2010 with Operation Enduring Freedom in addition to a deployment to Bosnia Herzegovina with SFOR in 2001 as a NATO peacekeeper with Task Force Eagle. Currently, he is a professional magician offering trade show magic, children’s magic, close up magic, parlor magic and stage magic designed to entertain people of all ages. William is the manager of Davenport Magical Entertainment, L.L.C.