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An Englishwoman in Georgia: One Year On



Learning that our Atlanta porter also welcomed Nelson Mandela to Georgia; that famous Southern hospitality does exist; cementing Anglo-American relations with freshly baked… 327 more words


Mosh posh oh my gosh

We’re trying something new this two weeks.. at least we’re going to try to try something new. We allotted ourselves $200.00 every two weeks for groceries which after reading all these other family and household, couponing and tips and tricks blogs I realize is way to much, but neither one of has the umph to do what it takes to try and master the art of couponing. 805 more words


Friendly vs. Not So Friendly

One of my biggest pet peeves is when people aren’t friendly. We just spent a week in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and I honestly wasn’t impressed. 68 more words

The Minnis House - A Home Away from Home

And now for something completely different – a travel post! (I believe my one and only, so far). 

What soothes the sting of having to leave my eldest child and only daughter at college (go… 529 more words



Although my “To-Go-To” list is still a mile long, I have been to a fair amount of  countries for somewhat extended periods of time. Mexico, Honduras, Spain, Nicaragua, and with each return voyage home brings a new type of “reverse culture shock.” Sometimes it is the shock of coming back to a country where we don’t finish the food on our plate, or we complain about our iphones being too slow. 480 more words


I'll Take a Little Southern Hospitality, Please

When I was in Texas, everyone was so darn friendly I couldn’t believe it. Was this real? Where I visited, in The Woodlands, people still have block parties and new neighbors are welcomed with hot casseroles and freshly baked cookies. 732 more words


Charleston, SC

I was finally able to make my way over to Charleston this summer and in doing so I was able to eat my way through the town! 723 more words