Google+ Georgia On My Mind: November 2007

Friday, November 30, 2007

Hoping for a Bethlehem Postmark

Realizing tomorrow is December 1st I was prompted to pick up a couple of extra boxes of Christmas cards today, and I hope to get them prepared to mail over the weekend.

That’s my goal every year, but I haven’t met it in years. In fact, I usually have to give up my desire to send cards because I simply run out of time.

This year….I am determined.

When I was a little girl I loved reading through Mom and Dad’s cards, but the envelopes intrigued me just as much. I loved the stamps and the postmarks……especially the ones that had come from Christmas sounding places like Bethlehem, Georgia. Back in the 70’s we always had at least two or three.

Bethlehem is a small, small hamlet with less than one thousand people….probably somewhere around 700. It was one of the towns the state deleted from official maps a few months back because of its size and their belief they were decluttering the maps. The town can be found on Georgia 11 between Lawrenceville and Athens in Barrow County.

Generally life in Bethlehem is pretty slow going until December when hundreds of people from the surrounding area descend on the Bethlehem, Georgia post office to mail their Christmas cards. People that know people living in Bethlehem mail their cards and stamp money to them in order to have the Bethlehem postmark. It’s a sort of tradition, I guess.

I wonder if I’ll get a postmark this year from Georgia's version of the city of David?

Well, one thing is for certain I won’t get many cards if I don’t send some, so off I go to get them done.

Bethlehem's official webpage
Other places with Christmas sounding names
The picture of the post office is from the official webpage.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Blogroll Additions

Remember to check out the latest Georgia Carnival over at Facing the Sharks that posted last Friday. I’m still trying to wade my way through it.

Here are this week’s additions to the blogroll……If I haven't added yours yet send me an email to to prompt me. :)
Drive a Faster Car – From this blog’s “about” section…Peanut butter sandwiches, paying the rent late to pick up the latest albums, and biking around in the hood. [This is] an Atlanta blog featuring the Metro Atlanta area, music, life and independent art.

Fluffy Flowers – Lots of neat crafting ideas and a little about life in Macon

Greener Pastures - The blog author, Pasture Scott, states, “Why Green Pastures? The vision for this site is to take you to the same verdant pastures and cool waters that my Lord takes me; offering, I trust, the consolation of the Holy Spirit to parched souls. And I’m sure you are wondering about the moniker “Pasture” Scott…..He states you need to know that I go by “Pasture Scott” because in our fellowship of many little ankle-biters, I am known by this tender nomenclature since “pasture” sounds so like “pastor” from the lips of southern tykes. It’s appropriate, don’t you think?”

Arc of Time – this blog author states the site primarily exists as a way to keep friends and family updated and to post about running, the internet, religion, and of course, Atlanta……..this blogger also blogs at Metroblogging Atlanta

Metroblogging Atlanta – a group blog about…..all things Atlanta, of course. Recent postings include riding on Marta, the UGA/Ga. Tech game, a wreck in front of King Plow, and Grady.

Next Gener.Asian Church – the tagline states “the collision of faith and Asian Amerian culture”….it’s a collaborative blog to discuss issues facing Asian American culture and the Christian faith. – When she describes herself in one word Maigh informs her readers that she has “kick”. Recently she posted the comment “Yes, I plan on wearing sandals the rest of my life.” I know how she feels…I finally had to forgo my flip flops for real shoes over the weekend, but I’m keeping them by the bed just in case we have a heat wave. I’m looking forward to reading more of Maigh’s postings.

Mostly – This blogger’s “about” page states he is a producer for the online home for America’s “Very Funny” cable network, TBS. He also writes for The Daily Flog, Metroblogging Atlanta and Blogging Harry Potter.

Re: Paper – This is a very cool blog oozing creativity…..lots of hackbooking and photography. Not sure what hackbooking is? Head on over and look at the sidebar to the left for an explanation

The Gist - Will Hindmarch is a freelance writer and game developer based in Atlanta, Georgia. His site design is very pleasing to the eye and I look forward to reading his posts, however, one warning per Will…..don’t ask him about zeppelins or he’ll keep you tied up in conversation all day. Will, I think they are pretty cool as well.

The next Georgia Carnival will post December 7th over at Drifting Through the Grift. Submit your posts to or use the handy submission form. Submissions are due Thursday, December 6th by 6:00 p.m.

Friday, November 23, 2007

The 23rd Georgia Carnival Has Posted

Happy Friday!

The 23rd Georgia Carnival has been posted and can be found here.

My gold star award goes out to Facing the Sharks, this edition’s host, for the wonderful job of presenting all of the submissions.

Go on over visit for a spell!

Submissions are now being accepted for the next carnival that will post on Friday, December 7th over at Drifting Through the Grift .

Thanks for all of the comments and emails regarding blog categories. I will begin posting about this soon.

Have a great weekend.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving!

I’m on a self-imposed posting holiday until Friday. I will be spending time with family and friends.

The painting I’ve presented here is by Norman Rockwell and was inspired along with three other paintings by Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Four Freedom’s speech.

The four paintings (you can see them here) were published in the Saturday Evening Post on February 20th, February 27th, March 6th, and March 13th in 1943.

The paintings raised over $130,000,000 in war bond sales when they toured around the country by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

If you are looking for Thanksgiving reading here are the titles of some of my former postings over at History Is Elementary:

13 Thanksgiving Myths

What's All the Hubbub, Bub? All I Want Is Turkey, Family, and a Little Football

Squanto: A Coincidental Life, Part 1

Squanto: A Coincidental Life, Part 2

More Georgia Blogs

The following sites have been added to the blogroll here at Georgia on My Mind:

Yes, They Are All Mine –What would you do with six kids? This great blog gives us a peek into a peek loud, crazy, and full of sticky kisses world

Losing Georgia...The Douglas Story – This site really hits home with me because it centers around my home county. The site itself provides its purpose: The Losing Georgia Project/Losing Georgia: The Douglas Story are one and the same, created by local artist and writer Andrew A. Powell. Beginning in the summer of June 2005, the Project was to photograph the immense changes to the landscape while incorporating the prospects of the future. As the photography turned into research, information was made available through Google Earth and later, where two years later the Project has proven to be an invaluable local resource.

Douglas County News – Another blog regarding my home county with various county specific links for folks in the Douglasville area.

Georgia Law Blog-Jack Clay – lots of legal topics, links to other law blogs, case updates and case law.

Urban Baboon – things to do, things to see, photos, hiking, history, oddities, and commentary regarding the place we know as Greater Atlanta

Rippling Pond Blog --see what an educator can do with the right technology….

Aprovechar – Lots of great and healthy food ideas with the tagline “talking the full measure of life.”

Rural Pen – Interesting musings from a pen in the rural south

And with the upcoming UGA/Ga. Tech faceoff I’m adding some team blogs for each…..

Ramblin Racket – Top post has new lyrics to “Glory to Old Georgia”

Mash on the Gas – A Georgia Tech site

Bulldawgy – the tagline states….football, music, politics, grace and the lack thereof

Dawg Sports – lots of dawginess and links

The next edition of the Georgia Carnival will post this Friday, and we need to hear from you! Send your submissions (permalinks) to or use the handy submission form.

Submissions are due Thursday by 6:00 p.m.

Our host for Friday’s edition will be Facing the Sharks.

Monday, November 19, 2007

The Ga. Carnival Needs to Hear From You

The next edition of the Georgia Carnival will post this Friday, and we need to hear from you! Send your submissions (permalinks) to or use the handy submission form. Submissions are due Thursday by 6:00 p.m.

Our host for Friday’s edition will be Facing the Sharks.

Future hosts include:

December 7th Drifting Through the Grift

December 21st Marketing Through the Clutter

January 4th Georgia on My Mind
This will be the one year anniversary of the carnival

January 18th Georgia Politics Unfiltered

Reminder: I’m making a huge attempt to categorize the Georgia blogs I have on the blogroll----See my post here. Provide me a comment or send me an email where you think your blog fits in…….give me two category choices.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

I Need Your Input Georgia Bloggers

The blogroll here at Georgia on My Mind is growing quickly, and many people are finding Georgia blogs through the carnival and due to the extra links it and the blogroll provide.

However, if someone is looking for a particular type of blog they must sift the the numerous blog catalog and directory sites, look for their topic, and then hope to find a local blogger. I think it would be easier if I provide a topic listing of Georgia blogs. I have been working on this for the last several weeks, but I need some feedback from the Georgia blogging community.

My plans are to group together like blogs in a series of blog posts. The postings will be accessible under the topic keyword with Google. Once the post is published the link will become a hyperlink I will place the hyperlink in the sidebar under Georgia Blog Topics. For example, the few blogs on the blogroll like my History Is Elementary that focus mainly on history would be under the topic "history". My blog would also have a secondary category…."education".

As new blogs are added and introduced I could edit and re-post the topic post. In this way every Georgia blog is listed on the blogroll and will be listed under two topic listings as well.

So, what I need from Georgia bloggers is ideas on topic labels. Each blog will be labeled two ways like I set out above. Here are some possible topics I’m working with already:

On-line Media/ (I’ve linked to several blogs that represent newspapers/magazines)
Events and Things to Do
Rural Living
City Living
Creative Arts
On-line Journalism
Family and Everyday Life
Advocacy (see Hope of Georgia blog or Dustin Inman Society)
Legal Issues
Popular Culture
Book Reviews
Presidential Race (campaign blogs)

I had a topic noted as "Journal”, but isn’t that kind of what blog is anyway? A journal can be about anything, so that’s why I decided to post this to see if anyone has a preference or other ideas.

I think this can help get the right traffic to the right Georgia blog, so I’d love to have your ideas.

If you have two topics you already know you want for your blog please email me at or leave word in the comments.

A few submissions have already been received for next week’s carnival.

Am I still waiting on yours? :)

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Shhhhhh.....This Blog Is In Prayer

I’m in prayer today, and I hope if you have a notion you are too. However, it didn’t take my Governor to prompt me to prayer. I’ve been praying since early in the summer for a change in our weather pattern and so have many others.

I guess there are those who would be shocked to discover I have prayed in my classroom (gasp!), prayed in the hallways, and even placed my hands over that all important state test before it’s sent in for scoring. I have been known to stand beside a student while he or she is working and place my hand on their shoulder while I say a prayer. Prayer should be a constant activity…..a daily conversation with God.

My daily conversation with God, however, is a silent one. Most students never know I say prayers in the classroom and I certainly wouldn’t gather students and direct them to pray. However, I have given them the opportunity at their suggestion….one such occasion was 9/11 when a student wanted to say a prayer for the people in the towers. The student organized it, made sure everyone knew they didn’t have to join in, he led it, and I silently prayed with them. Public prayer does have its place and purpose.

Gov. Sonny Perdue’s call for prayer has once again placed our state in the forefront for those who like to write off Southerners as simple country bumpkins. You know….those “There they go again…..” types.

Religion is a part of the South and deeply embedded into our culture no matter how many critics want to ridicule it or even deny it. If your family has been in the South for over five generations and have more or less followed the Baptist, Methodist, or just the Christian faith in general there’s a good chance you have a long line of pastors in your family like I do.

It’s hard to shake that kind of dust from your shoes.

I guess some high-falutin’ educated folks manage to educate themselves right out religion even if they have deep Southern roots. I too have been faced with the dilemma of seperating fact and faith. It’s a choice they make and I support their choice, however, I hold three pieces of paper that tell me I’m highly educated as well…. yet for me and my house I choose prayer and all that goes along with it.

News stories regarding the Governor’s call for prayer can be found here, here, and here.

This post also appears at Got Bible? and History Is Elementary

A Georgia Blog in the News

A Georgia blog, The Dustin Inman Society, was featured on WSB-TV news last night. The main page for the website can be found here, and the most current blog entries can be found here.

The topic of the story was Americans who have been killed in traffic accidents due to the negligence of illegal aliens who often cannot be tracked down for prosecution. Since these drivers are illegals the families of those injured and killed are forced to take on medical expenses, pain and suffering even though they were not responsible for the accident.

You can find out more information regarding the accident that claimed Dustin’s life here.

The clip titled Illegal and Under Arrest can be found here.
The photo is from The Dustin Inman Society site.

Monday, November 12, 2007

More Georgia Blogs

More sites have been added to the blogroll here at Georgia on My Mind. They are:

Barnes Storming- a blog about pop culture, culture, and music you should be listening to written by Brad Barnes, a features writer with the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer. Creative title, creative postings…..nuff said!

Walk of Shame –Need to know what’s going on in Columbus? Sonya’s postings will keep you plugged in.

The Spin Cycle-a health and fitness blog also from the Ledger-Enquirer.

The Pasty Quail- an Athens based voice for news and politics. The bloggers at this site made their Georgia Carnival debut last week.

Love My Georgia-a great site about everything Georgia…lots of links…lots of things to check out.

Baptist Commentary-expositions on particular text, opinions, and links…..check out the posting index----lots of information in an easy to navigate site.

Primitive Baptist Churches—lots of links and information including locations of primitive Baptist Churches. Did you know there are over 40 Primitive Baptist churches in Georgia?

The Adventures of a Spastic Squirrel-Amanda is an engineering student and states she’s sort of random with her posting topics. I know the feeling. blog of Columbus newscaster Dick McMichael

Through a Glass Darkly-ruminations on life and lots of vegan links

Random Atlanta – random musings about all things the dog!

Niches – blog topics include native plants, habitat restoration, and other science snippets

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Thank You Veterans!

This isn't the day to debate if a war was/is just or not.

Recognize the veterans in your life for their sacrifice whether they are from WWII, Korea, Vietnam, or the current conflict!

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Paying Respects

It wasn’t too long ago that I was perusing through the links at Georgia Daily Digest and came upon a story from Macon, Georgia involving the Allman Brothers Band and the resting places of bassist Berry Oakley and Duane Allman at Rosehill Cemetary.

I love listening to the Allman Brothers…..their music reminds me of certain events and people from my past. Southern rock and and very Southern past---they go hand in hand with me.

The dream that all of the members of the Allman Brothers Band would survive the 70s, 80s, 90s and still be cranking out great Southern rock into the 21st century came to an abrupt halt when Duane and Berry were killed in separate motorcycle accidents one year apart. Yes, they still tour and music is still played, but....

I’m sure my husband and I are like many folks that still maintain Allman Brothers records and even a few 8-tracks for keepsakes, but many fans are drawn to Rosehill…not to say a prayer or leave a flower, but to get down and party which means, of course, drinking, dancing, and even going so far as to having sex graveside per Candace Oakley, Berry's sister.

Over the years Ms. Oakley has cleaned liquor bottles, cigarette butts, condom wrappers, and even cleaned up crayon markings from the headstones. The crayon marks were left behind as fans made rubbings of the text on each headstone which are also stained from the many bottles of liquor that have been poured over each grave. Angel statues that originally adorned the gravesites were taken years ago by adoring fans, and vandals have even gone so far as attempting to break into the vaults.

Candace Oakley has battled with the Macon City Council for years in an attempt to place some sort of barrier or fence around the graves. A chain link fence Ms. Oakley had erected a few years ago was torn down by the city. Recently she requested another fence more in keeping with the appearance of the cememtary.

While I certainly wouldn’t mind visting the cemetary the next time I head towards Macon, Georgia I prefer to remember the fallen Allman Brothers Band members in this way:

Associated links you might find interesting:

I know it’s Wikipedia, but there are great links here.
Scroll down at this site for more info on the gravesites.
Here is an article on the Allman and Berry fence fund
The fence fund MySpace Page and the main page for the Fence Fund.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Georgia Carnival: Edition 22

Welcome to the 22nd edition of the Georgia Carnival. Please support these fine Georgia bloggers by letting them know you have visited them with a comment. Your continued support with your links and shout-outs at your site helps to alert others to what we Georgia bloggers have to offer.

The next carnival will be hosted over at Facing the Sharks two weeks from today.

If you would like to host the carnival at your site e-mail me to set up a date. It’s a great way to put your own personal spin on the carnival.

The last edition of the Georgia carnival can be found here, and the carnival archives are found here.

Now… on to the highlights of Georgia blogging during the past two weeks:

Genarlow Wilson

The last edition of the Georgia Carnival hadn’t been posted long when word hit the blogosphere that Genarlow Wilson would soon be a free man. Several weighed in with their thoughts and the aftermath that followed.

Over at Albatross the announcement was made and Fresh Loaf discussed some of the initial reactions by those involved. As more and more statements were made Going Through the Motions, Drifting Through the Grift, and SpaceyG over at Peach Pundit kept us advised.


The Atlanta Water Shortage Blog examines the Georgia Water Coalition Report. GriftDrift has a link to his discussion with Wilson R. Smith regarding the drought and politics. We have yet another view as well. Also Wilson provides thoughts and ideas regarding Tennessee, Florida, and Georgia...Water and Development, and finally, Perdue is hosting a prayer service for rain.

Local Election Results and Exploits of Those We Might Or Might Not Have Voted For

Rusty provides a new Georgia Politics podcast with links to other reading material while Buzz has some results from Tuesday’s election. There was some concern regarding the availability of alcohol on election day and Jace states voters continue to reject republicans. Of course, GriftDrift offered his take on elections as well.

James from The Other Athens gives us some food for thought regarding how much power the folks down at City Hall have over all our lives, and he’s also concerned about amendments to the Clarke County School District's budget.

The AJC’s Political Insider blog states Cynthia McKinney has a new cause.

Here's a link to a conversation with 10th District Congressman Paul Broun courtesy of The Other Athens.

The Brian Nichols Trial

Public Defender Stuff states Let's try Brian Nichols properly the first time while Georgia Criminal Defense discusses the lawsuit filed against Judge Fuller. Liberal Lucidity tells Glenn Richardson to ante up, and Sara Salmongirl agrees with comments made at a recent press conference that it’s time to end the “tenure, turmoil, and trauma” surrounding the Brian Nichols case and provides additional reasons to be grateful for Dr. Joseph Lowery.

Blogging and Other Benefits of Online Life

The Satellite TV Guru reviews the online movie rental service Netflix. Amber provides 10 events for bloggers. I wonder if we went to all of these events if we could write them off on our taxes…..and upon passing her first blog anniversary Sandi had great plans for marking it, however, she got caught up in the clutter.

Images….and more images

I would imagine that many non-Georgians would be surprised that bamboo grows well…..a little too well at times…in our state. Candace from A SAHM's Journal shares some images from UGA’s bamboo farm near Savannah. Susan from Patchwork Reflections states, “Visual aids are important in weight loss, as in many other areas of endeavor.” I couldn’t agree more and personally I found Susan's images very intriguing.

Religion and Spirituality

“Too often we think reaching out to our neighbors and into our community has to be some big complicated affair. Because we think so, we never do anything about it.” Does this sound familiar? It does to me. I’m convicted in a big way after reading Pastor Bill’s comments and link to a great article on Being Missional....Made Easy. "Making a difference in people’s lives isn’t that difficult…most often all it takes is opening up your home. When you open up your home, people open up their hearts and open up their lives."

Remember the various trades you made when you were in elementary school? Some were kinda sucky, weren’t they? Over at Got Bible (I’m writing over there now) I posted Grace for Faith: The Perfect Trade.

The megachurch model seems to be so popular these days….but “what do parishoners do when they hear their pastor has ‘been mistaken’ in leading their worship?” Dan from The Pasty Quail asks that very question in his post Megachurch Paradigm Willow Creek Goes Back to the Drawing Board. Local megachurches around Atlanta have been in the news the last couple of days….Andre gives us the gospel according to Creflo Dollar, and Decatur-Dekalb states Bishop Eddie Long is long on compensation.


Mark Twin once said, “There are three kinds of lies: Lies, Damned lies, and statistics.” Hebbard from The Pasty Quail provides Criticism of the American Healthcare System.

Is the old Disney movie Song of the South racist? The Wrens Nest Online is asking….

To taser or not to taser…that is the question. Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine examines how young is too young.

Lefty explains why socialism makes sense.

A Typical Joe states, Though I’m not as sure I want a “tolerant” society, I think I may prefer a society that values “equality and justice.” What prompted this statement? Find out in Joe’s post Assimilate or Agitate.

Facing the Sharks, our next host for the Georgia Carnival, has been trying to take on the fat cats and big boys in the courtroom. She’s been battling such issues as electronic case filing which was not available to folks representing themselves. Keeping up the good fight Colleen was finally able to file being the first pro se litigant in the Middle District of Georgia to do so.

The Pasty Quail reports on Pakistan in Turmoil.

Georgia History…..some proud and not so proud moments

Have you ever walked the grounds of the Georgia State Capital building? It is a lovely place with wide walkways, interesting flora and fauna, and the statues……oh the statues especially the one of Eugene Talmadge pointing his large finger down Memorial Drive. If you were able to go back in time though, you might be surprised by the Capital building’s surroundings. They would not appear as they do today. Paw Paw Bill provides us a little insight into what used to surround the building as well as some interesting bits of verbal history from the House of Talmadge.

The lynchings at Moore's Ford Bridge is one of the lowest points in our history, but one that shouldn’t be forgotten. Many thanks to the Oconee Democrat who provides proof those citizens along the Walton and Oconee County border are making efforts to never forget.

On a lighter note over at History Is Elementary I posted You Know You're in Georgia When... based on a book by William Schemmel.

Books, Books and More Books

St. John Flynn from Cover to Cover reviews an upcoming novel from acclaimed author William C. Harris called Wassaw Sound.

Grasping for the Wind provides a review of Crystal Rain by Tobias Buckell, and She’s a Betty has a booklist with some interesting suggestions.

The Glenn Tax Debate….the love continues

What is a particular candidate saying about the Glenn tax? James provides the details. Lucid Idiocy provides Glenn Richardson, Charles Darwin, and taxes. SpaceyG provides some thoughts regarding a recent appearance at the Atlanta Press Club by Gov. Sonny Perdue as he gave the I Heart Property Taxes speech, and from Mel at Blog For Democracy it would seem voters are “getting it” in more ways than one.

Entertainment and Accolades

Beth from Cup of Coffey has a fantasy job and it involves many of my favorite movie soundtracks. Stacy has the low down regarding the Suzy Bass awards for 2007 which were held at the Egyptian Ballroom for local Atlanta theater, and speaking of awards and lists Andisheh Nouraee over at Fresh Loaf has been posting a series called Atlanta’s 11 Least Influential People. Catch up with the series here.

Presidential Contenders

A Few Good Pens is thinking about Ron Paul’s claim to have raised 4.2 million in day. Buzz thinks he has the secret of the Paulians. Terrell over at The Limb is usually telling us about his classroom activities. Today he’s sharing information regarding Robert Novak and Jimmy Carter. Recently Obama had to explain why he had decided not to wear a flag pin. In response Another History Blog provides more yellow ribbons than you can shake a stick at. ATLmalcontent is speaking of Senator Clinton here and here. Jason is appalled Neil Boortz has endorsed Huckabee and speaking of Boortz some UGA students were against him speaking at school, however, Zaid is glad he spoke out. In his speech Mr. Boortz told students some of the things they won't learn while at UGA. James took his family to hear Boortz and provides who he will support at the polls as well.


Aging Hipster is discussing Don Shula and the Patriots. The Barkan Dawg links to article that helps us all put things in perspective. Georgia Tech Sports Blog says well……maybe next year while, and Georgia Sports Blog discusses the black out for Auburn. Blutarsky has had enough of the black jersey speculation.

The next edition of the carnival will be found at Facing the Sharks on November 23rd. Posts can be sent to or use the handy submission form. Submissions are due November 22nd by 6:00 p.m.Thanks for your continued support of the Georgia Carnival!

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Carnival Reminder and More Georgia Blogs

Just a reminder….the Georgia Carnival will post here this Friday. Send your submissions to or use the handy submission form. Submissions are due Thursday by 6:00 p.m.

More sites have been added to the blogroll here at Georgia on My Mind. They are:

My Home Sweet Home This blog is powered by Wordpress, gummy bears, sweet tea, and bloggable moments….not to mention homeschooling topics and the antics of 8 kids and 1 husband.

Shell's Stuff This homeschooling mom delves into graphic design, card making, and rubber stamping. She uses her blog to share a few of her creations and a little about her crazy life. Her card designs are simply wonderful!

Simply Ken Musings on the journey of life by a spiritual architect

Just Charlie The personal blog of a Baptist minister who just wants to be known as “Just Charlie”.

akaFrankGreen The author of this blog states he writes about nothing in particular….mostly his observations on life as an intown Atlantan who likes his friends, his drink, and his bike.

Atlanta Water Shortage Blog Keeping you informed about the Georgia drought

Asian Cajuns Is there really such a person? Of course there is….only in Atlanta.

My Daily Struggle …This blogger tackles each day by simply doing what she can.

Ellie's Dad This blog is about being a Dad and a husband, with an occasional rant about the political scene, business, traffic in Atlanta, and life in general

Do you know about a great Georgia blog? Drop me a line and tell me all about it...especially if it's yours!
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