It’s Monday. That’s all I have to say about the lateness of this post. Charlie can fire me later. So, I found our family vacation spot for this summer. I bet a bunch of you are wishing you had sent your kid to Morehouse right about now. This is why we can’t have nice things.
Happy Monday! Northwest Georgia Judge Durham has announced that he will not run again. Do yourself a favor and watch this. A celebratory ribbon-cutting and grand re-opening of the “Armstrong Kessler Mansion” was held Friday. The unveiling of the artfully restored National Historic Landmark, located at the north end of Forsyth Park, comes after one-and-a-half-years
Good Morning from West Georgia and one sleep-deprived mama. Here’s hoping your coffee is as strong as mine this morning. It’s NOT funny…Cut.It.Out. It’s National Nurses Week! Here’s a list of freebies and discounts. Thanks for all you do. This year’s Kentucky Derby was one for the books. Watch the craziness here. NASA’s biennial asteroid impact
Yesterday an email went out from former Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson re-announcing that Stacey Abrams isn’t running for the U.S. Senate. After a paragraph of praise and gushing over Abrams, Tomlinson went on to say she would have her own announcement today regarding the Senate seat held by David Perdue. Then, this morning, Tomlinson sent
Columbus State University announced this week it will be adding a new entrepreneurship and small business minor to its roster. The truth about the measles according to Fact.Org. Why are so many people getting rare cancers in this small Georgia town? Fun reading list for lazy techy people. Can batteries reduce emissions? It depends on
Happy Easter Monday (yes, that’s a real thing)! The identities of some victims of the Easter massacres in Sri Lanka emerged Sunday evening — including a British mother and her 11-year-old son, along with a TV chef and her daughter. More than a dozen people were hospitalized for an unidentified illness after their Miami-to-Boston flight
I don’t know about y’all, but this first Monday after session already feels amazing. It’s Masters Week. There is homemade pimento cheese in my fridge. Texas Tech is in the National Championship tonight. I’m sitting on MY couch, watching the news on MY tv, and drinking coffee. Kirstjen Nielson has resigned as Homeland Security Secretary.
I wish I had some clever April Fools to pull on y’all. But it’s the last Monday before we close the 2019 Legislative Session and my brain’s tired. However, I found this culmination of Google’s April Fool’s jokes. Aww, poor, creepy Uncle Joe. Scientists have identified 530,000 sites worldwide suitable for pumped-hydro energy storage, capable of
The start of 2019 marked the beginning of the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives. In just three months since taking power, the Democratic Party has embarked on a radical agenda threatening Americans’ constitutional rights and undermining the freedoms we hold so dear. This lurch to the far left extends to state legislative bodies across the United
Good Morning, y’all! Fayetteville is offering a native tree to homeowners who cut down a Bradford Pear. How YOU doin‘? Y’all make sure you send water bottles to school with your kids. I think we all know this, by now, but in case you were under a rock this weekend… I don’t know why this