Georgia Red Clay

Red Georgia clay.  It’s how I know I’m home. Red like my daddy’s (and son’s) hair. Red that seeps into well water, and stains light clothing. Red clay that’s so hard to dig into. Red clay that won’t grow a whole lot of things,...

Travel to Lunch

Today I got in my car and watched as the odometer hit 20k miles.  I’m so happy this milestone happened while I was driving to meet a girlfriend for lunch in our own town.  Sometimes, just getting in the car and putting on some favorite music and driving on a...

Real Fog: Cliffs of Moher

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I woke up this morning to a wee bit of fog.  Then my thoughts turned to some real fog that we saw in County Clare at the Cliffs of Moher....

Savannah Road Trip

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  I do road trips.  The more, the better.  And I have several “running partners” who are nearly as spontaneous as I am 😉  OK, Lil is as spontaneous as me and game for anything.  Here’s a glimpse into our Spring ’15...

Lake Sinclair Life: Jumping from the Train Trestle

Follow my blog with Bloglovin In my last post, I declared my yearning to live. Not only in this fifth decade I’m now working on, but in my day-to-day life. Thank you to my dear, childhood friend Kay Whaley Rowan for capturing a moment, and for allowing me to be...

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