Sunday, June 01, 2008

The Bubble Tea Adventure

MJ and I needed some time off from life, and thought Nashville's Centennial Park would be the ideal place to throw out a blanket, sit quietly, and read or journal in the sunshine.

The first thing we had to do was find some Bubble Tea. MJ hadn't had any since she lived in Chicago, and was craving some. I just happened to remember Fat Straw in West End at the new Edgehill Village. We got some, she loved it; I didn't. But perhaps Passionfruit smoothies are not my style.

So then, off to Centennial Park ... except when we arrived, there was some sort of event with tents and lots of people and news crews. Tents with rainbows of balloons.

I looked at MJ and said, "I hope you don't mind if we don't stop in and set up the blanket today."

We went to Long Hunter State Park, instead, and sat out by the lake.

3 comments:

Rachel Baby said...

Sounds like a pleasant afternoon! Hope you both had fun!

Elena said...

Shoutout to another Boundless reader and Nashville denizen!

OK, so ... Bubble Tea... is that a Thai thing? I had something that sound similar to that when I was in Detroit for a wedding. But we have it here in Nashvegas? Whodathunkit???

MJ said...

yumm... Bubble Tea... Next time (oh, there'll be a next time) you'll have to try a different flavor!!