Author: Ginny

Morning Reads for March 11, 2022

Finally, we have a date for Opening Day. April 7. A gator lurking in a pond outside of Newnan. Why does it have to be a gator? How much blood do they think is in those turnips? More election shenanigans in Houston. Ever hear of the Excluded Workers Fund? Absurdity, ad nauseam. You know you’re

Morning Reads for Friday, March 4, 2022

UGA golfer wins first PGA tournament. Why the potholes will never get fixed. Hugh Acheson is helping feed fleeing Ukrainians in Romania. There still a few good people left in the world. Glass houses. Very bad news. Or something. Well-deserved. Because, after all, he is the father of us all. “Now I’m going to show

Morning Reads for Friday, February 18, 2022

New phrase for our foundational belief, “If you don’t like the weather here in Georgia, wait 15 minutes.” Backwards Spring. When will the Braves Championship trophy be in your neighborhood? What’s filming in Georgia… Like a bad boyfriend, nothing but empty promises. Old ruins are fascinating. The WaPo continues its never-ending quest for the Poster

Morning Reads for Friday, February 11, 2022

The wonderful story of Chubbtown. Hopefully tours will be available shortly. Time to run away. New tech for very, very, very old scrolls. One of many reasons why housing costs are so high. Savage. (Laughing so hard I can’t breath.) Trip of a lifetime. Well done, Good Lady. No, there won’t always be time. Hug

Morning Reads for Friday, January 28, 2022

Everything is fine. Keep saying that. Maybe it might actually happen. Some folks are freaking out over the new Super Bowl logo. Suitable for work, home, on the go, everything, everywhere! Get off my lawn. Let kids be kids, for cryin’ out loud. How to stay calm no matter what. Two sleeps is a real

Morning Reads for Friday, January 21, 2022

Happy Birthday to Dolly, Queen of the World. (Her birthday message from last year still rings true today.) You keep using that word. It doesn’t mean what you think it means. JP makes a move. Love him or hate him, he continues to influence. VDH speaks. Most people listen. Who to trust? More and more

Morning Reads for Friday, January, 7, 2022

Well done, good and faithful servant. RIP Johnny Isakson. What comes first? The movie or the music? Oh, good grief. We’ve come to this. Yes, Facebook is evil. You can order those dreadful, frightening children’s books for your kiddos right here. Big Brother in your new car. As if the roads weren’t dangerous enough… Y2K22.

Morning Read for Friday, December 31, 2021

2021 has been a difficult year for many of us. So many things to say, but will anyone listen? Music, scripture, writing, and reading other’s good writing have always soothed my soul. Your milage may vary. One of my favorites is Gerard, proprietor of American Digest. Following him for years, I’ve read the adventures of

Morning Reads for Friday, December 10, 2021

First Redcoat to win a Bednarik award. DGD. The Southern history of the Poinsettia. 10 Holiday displays in Georgia worth the drive. Minor league changes coming… This new museum sounds interesting. Maybe we should buy stock in a popcorn company. Deepfake or not? Beauty is in the eye of the injector beholder. Or something. The