One of the things I always did for Cocoa on the weekends was make her decaf frothy coffee. Yesterday, since we were "ice-bound" for the day in Atlanta, I renewed the habit and created a wonderful cup of coffee using the decaf flavored coffee Anne gave me at Christmas with a little Verona (just a [...]
I wanted to share my photos that I took yesterday while driving home that took over four hours. I was fortunate that this was a short commute compared to what others have experienced. This morning I'm watching the news and thousands are still stranded on expressways. This photo is of beautiful Kennesaw Mountain. Another photo [...]
I continue my Tale of Two Cities: Atlanta and Toccoa. "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was [...]
The dogs get sooooo much attention all the time that I almost forget to post photos of this very sweet kitty—PJ. I'm not usually a "cat person," but he has certainly made me reconsider that thought.
You really don't have to spend a lot of money to have a good time—in or out of the city. The trees in these photographs are in one of the oldest cemeteries in the city—Westview! A portion of the battle of Atlanta was fought here and the trees are very old. I have written about [...]
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 [...]
Such a sweet baby cow. This one had jumped "the fence" and was standing not to far from the roadway. So close in fact, that we would walk up to him, which is what Anne did. But Dad was not too happy with us or with the dogs, who were going nuts by now. Baby [...]
Okay, so I keep getting the name of this lake wrong. This is Tallulah Falls Lake, and it feeds the gorge with lots of water. The level is down right now because Georgia Power is working on the dam. I just think this is a really cool reflection and it only makes me yearn for [...]