Posts tagged Georgia
I TOOK THIS SUNFLOWER PHOTO IN A SECTION OF CALLAWAY GARDEN’S VICTORY GARDEN EAST. The fields behind it had been tilled and all the other sunflowers had been removed since they were past their prime. The horticulture specialists were preparing the soil for the seasonal transition of Winter and Spring. It brought a smile to my face to know that this literal ‘late bloomer’ had been left to finish More >
YOU KNOW THE QUESTION EVERYONE ASKS WHEN THEY MEET YOU IN THE HALLWAY – “HOW HAVE YOU BEEN DOING?” – WELL, SOMETIMES I JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT TO SAY. It’s really a rhetorical question which the expected answer is one simple word, like ‘good’ or ‘fine’. If I were to honestly answer the question, then it would probably include things like laundry piles, dinner creations, and too little sleep. That’s More >
MY MOST RECENT SAVVY SOURCE ARTICLE DISCUSSES PICNIC LOCATION IDEAS IN ATLANTA. Honestly, it was difficult to narrow down the list. Of course there are the standard spots everyone uses, but I took a look at the parks and hidden gems, too. With this crazy temperature streak I looked for shade. That was one of my top criteria. You can laugh, but you won’t be laughing long if the spot you want to More >
I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT SEEING THE WEINERMOBILE WOULD SIGNAL THE BEGINNING OF ECLECTIC MEMORIES FOR MY GANG. A couple of Saturdays ago we were driving along and saw the Oscar Mayer ambassador in a drug store parking lot. My husband complied to my begging and pulled over to the odd sight.
MY MOST RECENT SAVVY SOURCE ARTICLE IS OUT. Our editor challenged us to find words and letters which might catch a young child’s eye. The city of Atlanta is filled with great examples, but I choose to go suburban on this piece and make it an adventure day. Decatur, Georgia is known for it’s great shops, restaurants, easy commute, and creative spirit. At night there are listening rooms and bar More >