One of my favorite places to visit is Tallulah Gorge. I always titled my posts of this area "Living above the Rim." But that was when I was living only twenty minutes away. This day, the winter shadows were long and the gorge was dark. It was an expected view though I always forget that [...]
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 [...]
I always enjoy going to Chattanooga to visit the Whiteboard team. They are young, inspiring, and just plain smart and savvy. Here's their branding line on the outside of their office . . . . They definitely live what they "preach." I've known Taylor and Eric for years now and have recommended them to several [...]
And so the rain goes on and on and one. But we have the promise of a sunny Sunday, which means time with the dogs outside! Below is a photo of the same area in the fall of 2012! I love the seasons in north Georgia. Years ago, I lived in Savannah and the one [...]
Benches without people sitting on them are lonely. In Britain, they dedicate benches to loved ones and put their names on the back. But here . . . I like to put a little doggy on one and ask her to pose, which she does so easily.
Well my friend Beth might say this is the quintessential photo of the Biltmore House located in North Carolina. The Lion is certainly the one that you see most often and I believe the reason for this is because you cannot (underscore cannot) take photos inside the house. So I guess, people take this photo [...]
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.
This is just a favorite place to visit . . . and I have forgotten the name of the shop! Those who live in Clarkesville will know, and that's really all that matters. Thanks to Kelly Vickers, I do know the history of the cabin. It is Benjamin Hawkins' log cabin that was once located [...]