Tag Archives: Georgia

“Best of times, worst of times”

This has been a hard post to write. I have put it off for a week wondering what to say, how to express it, what to avoid sharing. As many of you know, we recently visited Barry’s elderly parents in … Continue reading

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The most unique hotel

During our recent trip to Georgia to visit Barry’s parents we stayed at the most unique hotel. They advertise “hand-crafted accommodations”–and, my goodness, that is so true. If you ever have the opportunity to visit Graduate Hotels, please consider it. … Continue reading

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Angels looking after you

All day, all night, angels looking after you, my dear… This is a song I used to sing to my kids when they were growing up. The “real” lyrics are slightly different, but we all make up words to songs, … Continue reading

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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, crab apple jelly, and red Georgia clay

New Year’s Day, 2014. I eat toast slathered with translucent red crab apple jelly that glistens like a stained glass window through its home in a tiny mason jar.  It’s a Christmas gift from a daughter who found it in … Continue reading

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From lizards to cardinals to us (havin’ fun Georgia-style)

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Except for those ten minutes cowering in the bathroom at 1:45 a.m., we’re having a swell time in Georgia.

Except for a few moments last night, we’re enjoying our visit with Barry’s parents near Athens, Georgia.  To be exact, we’re staying in a locale called Watkinsville.  His folks moved to Georgia from northern Michigan (not the Upper Peninsula–the north part … Continue reading

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