Along South Orange Avenue

I wore mirrored sunglasses and waterproof mascara, but forgot sunscreen and kleenex.

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Vacated and Abandoned

History Left to Hold Its Own It is a historic structure in a city with settlement history dating back 230 years. The town became a force in the cotton trade and grew around textile mills, with much of the mill village still active and lively neighborhoods today. Pieces of history line the landscape: mills, homesteads, the rail depot.…

“If I Were” – by Isabella

Brag Alert! My children are fantastically amazing. Of course they are! I can hand my four-year-old son a ziplock of puzzle pieces and he will put it together without ever needing the picture. It’s a sight to behold. He is happiest when he is solving – be it a puzzle, fitting the maximum number of…

A Savage Beast

I’m pretty sure this is the kind of thing people are referring to when they say I have a wild side. So. I did that. What is that? Check out their video of the 2013 race. Savage Race Georgia Fall 2013 Official Video Crazy? Abso-fucking-lutely! I was prepared, physically and mentally, going in. I spent three…

Something constant and uniquely me

Introducing…always introducing The We that was was moving from Atlanta, Georgia to near Daytona Beach, Florida. We did not all want to go, and by we, I mean me. I procured excitement with a clever title and my first blog. Had it and the marriage lasted, I’d be a Mommy blogger today. But alas, The…

Calling it a Snow Day

Starting in fifth grade, I went to Public School. Not only did I switch out of a private, Catholic grade school, I went from a school starting with an S to a school starting with a W. That meant I had to watch every other school in the entire world flash across the bottom of…