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Amicalola Falls

Amicalola Falls

It’s just a fun name to say…isn’t it? AMICALOLA…Amicalola…I dare you…say it out loud! Anyhow…before leaving Georgia, Lara & Greg took us to these Falls! Looking preggo, now! Blisters…oh, I mean…SISTERS… don’t we look alike?!! Or not… The family…and our phantom spirit… On the way there, we took a weird turn,...

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Pollen, oh Pollen…

Pollen, oh Pollen…

Have you ever seen pollen COAT the EARTH overnight? I was shocked in Georgia to wake up to this dusty yellow covering on everything outside… Thank goodness I don’t have allergies…but I sure sympathize with those who do! ...

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Snow in Georgia!

Snow in Georgia!

Well, our hopes of experiencing a “warmer” Southern winter have been dashed to pieces. Ella exclaimed, “But it NEVER snows in Atlanta. Except for 2 times!” Hmm…and we happened to catch them both! The girls were SOOOO excited to get outside, and play in the snow!It seems that despite our best efforts, they are not the snow-birds that their parents are! Ella says,...

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Mardi Gras!

Mardi Gras!

Earlier this week, there was a ring at door, and upon answering it the neighbor put a large cake box into my hands. He had no explanation whatsoever–but I certainly didn’t reject the cake! Upon opening it, we found a “King Cake,” mailed from Louisianna (www.kingcakes.com), in celebration of Mardi Gras. I immediately recognized the cake as being similar to the “Rosca de...

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The Georgia Aquarium, Roswell Ghost Tours, etc…

The Georgia Aquarium, Roswell Ghost Tours, etc…

A few days after Christmas, most of the visiting family members bit the bullet, and paid big bucks to go see the Georgia Aquarium. It cost between $19-$27 for kids/adults to attend…HOLY COW!! We managed to scrounge up some discounts online, which made us feel better about the additional $10 parking fee they slap on you downtown. But what do you do? The Aquarium was PACKED (waaaay too overcrowded),...

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Getting out of Dodge

Getting out of Dodge

We spent almost 2 months at my parent’s new house in Utah this Fall. It was great! We were gone for 2 full weeks of that time, in Hawaii (thanks to my angel sister, Lea, who took our 2 girls in addition to her 3 active boys! And also, my parents watched the girls on the weekends), and when we were in town, we were generally glued to our computers, trying to get our Polish Pottery and Wood Watches...

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