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One afternoon this summer as I was driving down Ponce de Leon, I received a call from a woman named Jill that about broke my heart. 312 more words

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No More Throw Back Peaches!

Around this block, we have a lot of animal lovers!  But ever since I read Melissa Fay Greene’s wondrous “The Underlings” (remember she’s coming to All Saints’ to read and sign next Wednesday, September, 28), I’ve been trying to think from a dog’s point of view.  574 more words

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Look Back. Pay Forward.

Heval says he first met some Saints when he was seventeen years old.

In this old picture at Ed and Martha Daughterty’s Heval is with his family and the African refugee family in the back right is the Muhumuza family from Rwanda and our very own and dear Marie Louise, who has been for many years All Saints’ gracious and stalwart receptionist!  674 more words

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"When I see it, I really see it."

Betsey Gibbs is a  21st century guru for she is keeper of our membership data base and of all the communities therein.  She also processes our communal financial givings and dispersings, and she produces all the  worship bulletins which are like jigsaw puzzles with pieces that shape-shift.  547 more words

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NCR to create more than 1,800 jobs in Midtown Atlanta

Gov. Nathan Deal, along with Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, announced that the will create more than 1,800 jobs and invest $145 million in its Midtown Atlanta expansion. 388 more words


Coming of Age One Day at a Time

Last weekend, I asked John Frazer to give me a ride back from the vestry retreat (in what turned out to be the truck with the worst springs in the history of Georgia).  542 more words

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Sometimes it causes me to Tremble . . .

Tom Shillock and Mary Ann Camann were/are/will be saints around this block since a long time and for always.  Mary Ann died six months ago after a long, tough, brave battle with ovarian cancer.  1,201 more words

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