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Finally this week, we’ve gotten a good dose of sunshine!  I was dropping off meals to a client and humming a little John Denver to myself, enjoying the glory of the warmth on my face.  I got into the car, turned on am 1690, and “Sunshine on My Shoulders” had just begun.  Whaaatttt?!?!?!  Apparently the […]

It’s a sunshine-y, sticky Tuesday in Georgia, and I am getting back on track.  I missed y’all last week, but I was tending to important baby-welcoming business.  I became an aunt again- for the third time, yay!- and traveled up to South Jersey to lend my family an extra pair of hands.  My time there […]

Hello, y’all!  I hope you had a fabulous Fourth of July celebration week in spite of the sweltering heat!  Not surprisingly, life threw a curveball at me and put a wrench in my travel plans.  I was supposed to be heading to New Jersey on the 4th to help take care of a new little […]

Hello, friends!  If you’re reading this, you haven’t fully melted yet.  Amazing!  The past few days have been the hottest EVER recorded for the Atlanta area.  When it’s 106 degrees outside in Georgia, it pretty much feels like you have to swim through the humidity just to move.  You can actually slice the air with […]

Oh, it’s another grey Monday morning, making it difficult to shake off the weekend and delve into the work week.  I know, we need the rain…but I’d like to stay snuggled under the covers with my dog and play hooky from the real world a little while longer.  I’m sure that many of the vendors […]

As I write, I am devouring a bowl of Atlanta Fresh Greek yogurt mixed with a drop of local honey and fresh Georgia peaches.  Nom, nom, nom!  Spring is the best!! Yesterday was Sunday, and the Grant Park Farmers Market was packed at noon.  In previous years, farmers and vendors would begin winding down and […]

I think it’s safe to say that with the passing of Labor Day came the cool weather.  I’ve got a scarf around my neck and a blanket on my lap.  I expected more of a gradual change than a dramatic dip in the temperature, but you can’t mess with Mother Nature.   In celebration of […]

Ah, pizza.  It’s a comfort food extraordinaire for me.  I grew up eating New York Style pizza- big slices that you are required by law to fold in half and eat while streams of orange oil drip down your hands.  After 18 years of being down South, I still crave boardwalk pizza from Mack & […]

Getting back out into nature over the past couple of weeks has been exhilarating for Adam and I. We’ve been white water rafting, hiking, swimming, and enjoying what Georgia has to offer.  Aside from the 90 + degree heat.  After a long walk through the woods on Saturday, we planned to cook a veritable feast.  […]