Forsyth Park

After a crazy busy day of antiquing and partying, we traded in our shopping bags and strollers for the clear blue Southern skies, moss laden oaks and lush green grass of Forsyth Park.  Located in Savannah’s historic district, the park was originally created in the 1840’s and is home to the city’s famous fountain, the… Read More

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Thirty-five

Sitting here on Fat Tuesday, the day of my thirty-fifth birthday, I can’t help but marvel at what a hoopla it would would’ve been back in the day.  The college days, that is.  There were no parades, beads or hurricanes this year.  Rather, I was just as pleased as punch to simply celebrate over loads… Read More

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Jay Walkers

While pregnancy for many (outside of my family at least) is nine months worth of excited anticipation, purposeful planning and a hint of nervousness, for my sweet little sister pregnancy was full of issues the doctors couldn’t explain, immense worry and cautious preparation.  To say things were rough is pretty generous.  She couldn’t gain weight… Read More

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