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I AM WRITING ON “THE SAVVY SOURCE” AGAIN TODAY. We were asked to take some favorite kid interests and go to the next step. How do you encourage your child to take the next step?
Do their favorite, yet expand their horizons?
Be open to new ideas?
Here’s where I took the article:
Sometimes ‘the usual’ needs to be exchanged for a new kind of fun. With a full selection of activities in the Atlanta More >
NIGHT NUMBER ONE, FOLLOWING THE INITIAL DAY OF OUR NATCHEZ TRACE JOURNEY, FOUND US IN A WINERY. Yes, a winery. The Amber Falls Winery & Cellars was just a few miles up the road from our stip at the Meriwether Lewis checkpoint. After checking into the Commodore Hotel in Linden, TN, we went back through Hoenwald, TN to the wine trail area of Hampshire for the Cajunfest event being held at Amber More >
THE LOVELESS CAFE IS A PERFECT BEGINNING LOCATION. We arrived there early in the morning and I was quite surprised our riders were willing to even eat there. After all, The Loveless Cafe is known for delicious country breakfasts. Our riders managed to skip the coffee and eat a bowl of fruit with their biscuits. I ordered sausage gravy and biscuits along with the most perfect over easy eggs. Not More >
A DREAM TRIP IN THE SOUTHEAST. For over two years, my husband has dreamed of cycling The Natchez Trace. All 444 miles from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez, Mississippi. It looked like last summer would be the perfect time…until a new job came into our lives. So, we reorganized and planned the trip for 2012:
So this week all the training and planning have resulted in the following trip:
Day1: More >
I’VE HAD A WEEK TO EDIT THE PHOTOS FROM OUR TRIP TO CALLAWAY GARDENS FOR THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 150 EVENT. As I have been working my way though them it makes me smile when I reach a photo which has a moment represented within it. Sometimes it is intentional, like the photo I took of the bandana on Dave’s handlebars. That blue bandana was signed by Dave’s friend, Tim, who has MS. Each time Dave More >