One Sunday in October, hubby and I decided to take an afternoon ride in his Camaro, which I’ve named “The Red Lady”. You’ll see her (and him) a little better later in this story but let me just tell you now, they’re both gorgeous! (big smile) We heard from the internet install-guy that we lived… Read More Ride to the top of Sassafras Mountain, SC
This tree is at a rest stop along the Blue Ridge Parkway not too far from Asheville. I want to go back one day and see if the lichen completely covered the tree.
I love driving by this cotton field everyday. This is my snow, the southern kind. The crop is almost ready to be brought in, which means Thanksgiving is right around the corner. I started thinking about the year’s blessings today and what I have to be Thankful for, and honestly, in everything, not only including… Read More Cotton Pickin’ Sunset and Blessings
I spent All Hallow’s Eve in downtown Savannah for both work and fun. After a board meeting and dinner at Vic’s on the River on Bay Street, with a beautiful balcony view overlooking the Savannah River, we braved a Hearse Tour around the city to look for some haints. (The Old Candler Hospital was the… Read More Visiting Savannah – only a peek
I am playing around again with colors and masks. I discovered a neat feature on Picnik.com and wow, what a difference that made with these photos. I’m thinking Christmas cards? I know mom will want the peacocks as 5×7 or 8x10s for her living room: peacock-themed and colors.
Nothing like a summer afternoon rain shower.
The kids and I worked very hard on a Mother’s Day surprise today. Lots to do in the flower bed. The weeds have invaded! Lots and lots to do. Good thing we are good at getting the whole crew involved. Many hands make light work. (Or, lighter work.) Oh, and weeding is fun! Didn’t you… Read More Nice and sunburned
I think visiting a botanical garden is one of the most relaxing things to do. It’s a great place for a picnic, contemplation, exercising, and spending time with loved ones. I think my memories of spending time in gardens began with my grandfather, who loved to grow orchids in a greenhouse in his backyard in… Read More G is for Gardens
Hello readers, meet the Altamaha River. This river winds through south Georgia farmlands, swampy areas and pine groves. About Lumber City or Hazlehurst it hooks up with the Ocmulgee River, another major south Georgia waterway. To the south of this photo (this was looking northwestish), the river flows out to the Atlantic Ocean near… Read More A is for the Altamaha
When tractors rule the roads. I had to pass three on way to work and and two on way home. Ah, the smell of sweet onions in the air. It is definitely spring!