Tag Archives: Savannah

Christmas pudding

You know the Christmas crunch has arrived when the Christmas shelves are empty and your stove and ovens are running full tilt. Savannah must be one of the most decorated cities in the universe at Christmas! Do the shelves in … Continue reading

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Summer Anniversaries

June brings summer weddings, and when all goes well year after year, it brings anniversary celebrations.  I feel blessed to have made it to this one , happily, and look forward to more.  To celebrate we took a boat ride … Continue reading

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Charleston with my Chums

The heat has started to settle in Savannah, so we decided to make a trip for an activity that is guaranteed air conditioned….shopping.  There is so much to love about Savannah, but the shopping experience is not one of the … Continue reading

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Autumn Arrives in Savannah

Autumn arrives in Savannah between humid, sultry days and close nights when the air doesn’t move enough to even sway a long piece of Spanish moss hanging motionless from  live oaks and vines.  Today was such a moment, when the … Continue reading

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Searching in Savannah

Aren’t we always searching for something?   And when our search intensifies, it may mean we are testing and honing our creativity.  The arrival of  house guests  made me search out our adopted city of Savannah for new things to … Continue reading

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Tiny Treasures to Behold

Today I organized a trip off Island and into Savannah to see a small exhibit of beading by the artists in the Coastal Beading Society.  This group of artists are inspiring in their artfulness and their patience.  Imagine the hours … Continue reading

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Roses on the Coast

Much of Georgia soil is clay, but on the Coast, sandy soil predominates. Years ago when I was first smitten with roses, I took great pains to amend the soil so that I could grow roses. Here in Georgia, the temperate … Continue reading

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Sidewalks of Savannah

Savannah is a city rich in culture with a long, interesting history.  It had seen better days when SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design)came to its rescue.  The college has seen tremendous growth, and aims for a student population … Continue reading

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Savannah suits up for Autumn

My fellow bloggers and my dear readers, The days grow shorter, and perhaps to shine cheer on us all, the lights and the sparkle of the season are beginning to creep in.  That is not always a good thing, as it … Continue reading

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SAVANNAH SIGHTS

When we moved to Savannah last year – one year to the day! – I expected to downsize our belongings and upsize the laid-back posture of our lives.  But getting to know this town has taken every bit of energy … Continue reading

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