Little Tokyo is a hole-in-the-wall Japanese restaurant in Buford. Most people pass it and never stop in, but Laura and I love it! I typically order the steak hibachi plate and Laura orders shrimp hibachi. The food is always good and the portions are huge! The owners are friendly and there is usually Christian music playing the background. The best part? They put a whole bottle of Yum Yum sauce on the table! 🙂
Peter Drucker is known as one of the leading thinkers in the world of management. This book takes 45 years’ worth of insight and puts them into the practices and behaviors of effective executives. Anybody can learn to be effective. This book does a great job in helping you implement the right things to lead well.
I grew up eating boiled peanuts after a day on the lake at my grandparent’s house in Alabama. Boiled peanuts are raw, unroasted peanuts that are boiled for a long time. They are best when they are salty. When I was in the military, I spent a lot of time in Dothan, Al, which is known as the peanut capital of the world. If you’ve never had them, they may come across as slimy at first. But once you get used to them, it’s hard to pass them up. My favorite place to buy them is from somebody boiling them on the side of the road. If you’re in the Sugar Hill area, swing by McEver and Lights Ferry to find some of the best!
Laura loves watching Live PD on the weekends. The show airs live on A&E most weekends. The show follows police officers in real-time using handheld cameras and dash cams. This show gives you a glimpse into the word of some of the country’s busiest police forces and it is strangely addictive. Give it a try and if you get sucked in, just blame my wife.
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