Oh how I love a parade.
Your mood, productivity, opinions and ambition are affected by the people you let into your life, and your head.
It's a weighty issue, but it's time for America to get on the same level when it comes to the scales.
Reflecting on 14 years writing for the Daily Post.
It's up to you to decide what your brand is, and what it isn't.
Remembering a great lady and a great friend.
Finding rhyme, if not reason, in the annual March Madness brackets.
I don't know what St. Patrick did to rate his own day on the secular calendar inspiring people of every ethnic background to parade around in his honor while thousands of other saints go completely ignored. So I'm here to pay tribute to some of those unsung saints, particularly those whom many Gwinnettians honor by doing more than just chug green beer in their memory.
I can't wait to return and tour the home again, under official guidance.
Trying to decide too early doesn't propel you forward, it holds you back. Next time you're facing an uncertain situation, instead of flashing forward two steps, stay in the present. That's where the best decisions are always made.
I know I can't draw too many parallels between my household budget and something as big and complicated as the federal budget. After all, there's at least one major difference: my household actually HAS a budget.
I'm not suggesting going back to the '50s look with matching turquoise tuxedos and black satin lapels. But if people are asked to pay $25 and dress for the occasion, is it asking too much for the performers to get in on the act as well and not wear clothes so cruddy they would be tossed in the Dumpster at even the lowest end thrift store?
Mr. Gene Bobo was special. There's no denying nor disputing that. He was a courtly Southern gentleman, his manners impeccable and his vocabulary belonging to a genteel past.
So that's what we're left with, the risk of love. It's sad, it's ugly, and it's worth it.
If you're feeling unsure of what possibilities your book can open up to you, the library and Hudgens will be offering free workshops to introduce altered book art techniques at the Hudgens on Saturday, March 9.
Health and Wellness
- GMC to host EMS awards event
- One year later, Copeland looks ahead to busy summer 1 comment
- Prevalence of food, skin allergies rises with income
- Gwinnett Relay raises $1.5 million so far
- G-Braves to honor two Barrow County boys
- Journey begins with hard work, rewards for new moms 1 comment
- Thousands show up for Relay for Life
- Thousands expected for annual Relay event
- GMC announces new office of research
- Marrow drive Friday at Peachtree Ridge
Home and Garden
- DALY: If given proper care, tomatoes will produce an abundant harvest
- DALY: Zoysia makes an attractive and durable lawn
- DALY: Heirloom vegetables valued for superior flavor
- DALY: Keeping carpenter bees away from your home
- DALY: If you lack space for a vegetable garden, consider using containers
- DALY: The native dogwood colors the spring landscape
- Annual spring plant sale at Gwinnett Tech
- DALY: Georgia Gold Medal plants are proven winners for the home landscape
- The Gwinnett County Master Gardener Association hosts tour of gardens
- DALY: Lawn care during early spring affects quality through the year