When I was a little girl, I thought the world would end before we got to 2000. The 2000s seemed too sci-fi-ish, even though I didn’t know what sci-fi was. The predictions were that we’d have flying cars by then. LOL. Here we are 24 years post 2000! Even those born post Y2K are getting married and having kids! 🙂
A few Sundays ago my sister Lois mentioned going down to St. Simons Island for the afternoon/evening. We’ve had quite a few Sunday afternoons recently that involved going/being/doing. My initial thought was that I would enjoy a quiet afternoon at home. Continue reading “Sunday Evening on St. Simon’s Island”
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I thought of 101 blog posts I can do but somehow just haven’t taken the time to make it happen. I have some specific posts I want to work on so there’s at least that hope of that. 🙂 Continue reading “Catch-up”
To (mis)quote Dory from Finding Nemo, “I spy something blue and wet.” Yup. Something wet and clear/blue/brown (depending on where you’re going) is what makes summer in the south more bearable. Since we live in south Georgia maybe Continue reading “Surviving Summertime in the South”
I guess I didn’t realize that not everyone in the US are not familiar with thunderstorms like we in the hot, humid south are. Lightning that bangs and crackles the air, if you’re close enough, thunder that rumbles and vibrates your Continue reading “Southern Thunderstorms”