Here's a view from the upper floors of the Paulding Hospital designed by CDH Partners. It is scheduled to open on April 1 and I shot over 600 photographs of the facility this past week. I stay torn between my work here that I love more each day and the place I love in northeast [...]
The Park Service has been working on the pathway leading up to Dr. Martin Luther King's home. But I think you can make out the fact that he was born in the house shown below on January 15, 1929. Had he lived, he would have been 85 years old this past January. This is where [...]
PJ loved having me home and pretty much stayed in this position all day. In fact, he is still in the same place which is on the sofa behind me. Well, I just checked and he has turned around is facing a different way. But yep, in the same spot. We were supposed to have [...]
Right now, it seems that I'm living between two different worlds. I guess I could say it is the tale of two cities. This is the Christmas tree and the dogs at the Atlanta house.
Last weekend while on a walk with Cocoa, I noticed that she had stopped and was looking up at me. My heart melted as I realized all over again what a gift I had been given by having her. Then I asked, "Can you smile for me?" Because I didn't have a dog treat, the [...]
I guess I may be the only one who wonders what designers carry in their messenger bags. I found out this weekend when I was with Beth, and she showed me her quintessential "carry all" bag that should have cost $130 but ended up only being four bucks. Wow! "So, what do you have in [...]
And what if they did . . . live happily ever after?
I have to apologize to Albert (Rebecca's hubby). I told him that the nearby city of Marietta escaped the hand of Sherman during the Civil War, but I have learned differently. It was burned, too! Yikes! Kennesaw Mountain, the sight of a major battle, never really fell. Canons hauled to the top and repeatedly fired [...]