Tag Archives: Georgia

Forsyth Park

FORSYTH PARK Returning is not a choice, But a necessity. Coolness in the midst Of excessive heat and humidity. Trees, hung with Spanish Moss, Tall and strong, Brown, grey, and green. Broad avenues of sidewalk, Leisurely strolling passersby. Community building … Continue reading

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Sand Hills in Middle America! Who Knew?

Corn stalks forever. Hundreds of miles of cornstalks–from horizon to horizon. On our trip from Oregon to Georgia last summer we drove halfway through Nebraska on Interstate-80, then turned south toward Kansas just before we reached Grand Island. If the southwest … Continue reading

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Reading to Write

I’ve written before about being in love with words (Words, Words, Words, posted May 10, 2012). I read compulsively — cereal boxes at the breakfast table, dictionaries, encyclopedias, the backs of bottles. I read for information (whether I need it … Continue reading

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