In other news, I visited my best-friend Gabby last weekend in Georgia. It was very hot and humid (as most of the South is), but it was also lovely. Before we left for Georgia, Gabby and I exchanged birthday gifts since my birthday was coming up and hers was at the end of May. She bought for me this cute little tote bag that had a flower design on it (which I use to keep my necessary toiletries in), a beautiful red rose candle (I love roses!), and a little floral bat key chain. Yes, you read that right. A bat. Eine Fledermaus. She always knows what to buy me! I love flowers and bats! So do you know what I did with Flower (that is her name)? She dangles on the side of my camera, and I call her Meine Fotografie Fledermaus. That is where she resides. Anyway, on to the trip! The town in which Gabby, her boyfriend, and his family resides is a college-town, so we had the chance to take an unofficial tour of the campus. Of course I went to the library! It was so big, and I loved it so much. The walls were painted in all of these pastel summery colors, and it just made the atmosphere very positive and vibrant. The campus actually has a little nature-trail as well, which I thought was pretty nifty. Both Gabby and I love nature, so we were very spritely about that. I took some practice photos of the leaves and the trees, which I will publish in later time. Other things we took upon ourselves to do was to go to this little comic-book shop off the square, where I found a Little Lulu comic! I was so excited, as I collect Little Lulu memorabilia. We also went to Books-A-Million, where I found a personal birthday gift for myself.
I will post the rest of the photos I took of the trip possibly tomorrow. Gabby and I also had fun with our cameras before we left for Georgia, so we were taking pictures of each other and all the neat little things that entailed within her grandmother's home. I suppose that will be all for today, as I have so much on my mind, and when I am in this state it is very hard for me to write. How ironic. Most writers do so because of the very fact that they do have so much on their mind. Not me! Nope.