Tonight’s sunset in Reynoldstown, Atlanta. My tiny glimpse of a view of the downtown skyline through the trees is my favorite thing about winter.
On my way home from a doctor’s appointment today, I stopped by the new Google Fiber space at Ponce City Market. It’s a comfy little spot with super-duper-fast internet. Since Reynoldstown isn’t one of the first five neighborhoods to sign up, it was nice to get a little taste of the future. If you live in Midtown east, Piedmont Heights, Morningside/Lenox Park, O4W, or Virginia-Highland: sign up now (and I hate you). If you’re waiting a while longer like the rest of us, stop by the Fiber space at PCM and see what you’re waiting for.
I’m too exhausted after two weeks of traveling, house-planning, and dog-training to come up with any clever ways of saying how real this is finally starting to feel, but standing in my future house was incredible. I can’t wait to live here.
Shit’s gettin’ real.