And The Ghosts Of The Tilt-A-Whirl Will Linger Inside Your Head.
We went to our favorite places in the French Quarter and the Garden District.
I know we'll be back, dear New Orleans. We love you so.
I'll always remember you and how you took care of us when we needed a break from our Hattiesburg world. You worked magic on my mood when I was down.
We love sitting at your Cafe Du Monde and people watching.
The beignets are a treat.
And sitting with my Daniel in your cafe and making adventure plans is always a favorite.
On our final adventure we stopped in and visited St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square.
To see it's beauty and pay our respects.
And light a candle.
Next, we visited Faulkner House Books and purchased a copy of Faulkner's Soldiers' Pay.
Then, Dan stopped to get a muffuletta sandwich at Central Grocery.
We also bought two cold bottles of Barq's Root Beer.
It was muggy and hot. So New Orleans.
Lindsey and I are reading Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole.
Dan has been telling me to read it forever.
Anyhow, Lindsey is my motivation.
Ignatius J. Reilly and I both agree that it is hard to say goodbye and move on.
Goodbye New Orleans.
We will be back.
p.s. Our parents made it to Hattiesburg, safe and sound.