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Aunt Megan

It was so fun to see my niece and nephew in person over the weekend! One of my priorities while in Europe was to FaceTime them regularly, so they would know who I am. 321 more words

Alone in Atlanta

Bright Atlanta” by Brett Weinstein is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Last Saturday, I went to Atlanta. By myself.

A few months ago, I was thinking about film festivals and decided to see if there was one in Atlanta. 820 more words


The city that reminded me sports teams have left St. Louis before…

To be honest, spending 5 days in Atlanta wasn’t on my list at the beginning of the year. On a slight diversion off course, I ended up there for almost a week and could have easily filled another week. 730 more words

The Impact Of 12

Lunch Stop for Peaches

Leg two of our trip has landed us in the capital of the peach state, otherwise known as Atlanta, Georgia.

First observation: must be warm here, people aren’t wearing coats. 196 more words


Food News: The Varsity Fried Sweet Potato Pie

Move over pumpkin, sweet potato is here and it’s here to stay!

I’ve never been much of a fan of pumpkin anything. I don’t like pumpkin spice lattes, or pumpkin candles, or pumpkin pie… It’s always seemed like a sweet potato knock off to me. 73 more words


Good Eats! Kodaq's Go-To Eateries For Atlanta College Students

Atlanta easily upholds the south’s tradition of memorable cuisine. After all, it is the capitol of Georgia – home to the very first Chick-fil-A and Waffle House restaurants, plus the headquarters for both franchises. 560 more words


Was her service extraordinary?

Matthew 10:42 (NASB): “And whoever in the name of a disciple gives to one of these little ones even a cup of cold water to drink, truly I say to you, he shall not lose his reward.” 438 more words