City Hall Savannah Georgia
Savannah is the oldest city in the state of Georgia and is a relaxing vacation destination or a long weekend getaway. You’ll enjoy just walking the beautiful streets of the historic district, city market and cobbled stone River Street. The weather is pleasant October through May. The summer is warm, but you can cool off at Tybee Island. Great restaurants especially if you like seafood!
For more information:
So long to the days of scratching nine spots on a lottery ticket , getting a lucky 7 to be a winner, and a prize clearly noted under the bag of gold.
I had a seriously lucky feeling on my way home from vacation and decided to buy a lottery ticket in each state when I stopped to get gas. Then to add to my hunch I decided to scratch them on July 4th, being the patriot I am and feeling good about contributing to the nations education system.
Sure enough I had a winner on a $2 ticket, or at least I thought so. I let hubby take a look to confirm and he agreed that it was a winner but he did not calculate the same winnings I did. We put on our bifocals and started counting the winning symbols, along with adding up the dollars. I went to the state website for assistance and could not figure out how much we won. Curiosity gets the best of us so we decide to drive over the state line and cash in.
To make this interesting I decide to make him a bet that I am right about the amount of winnings and if so he has to forfeit his half, I also suggest he drive so I don’t use up the gas in my car.
We find the closet convenience store and rush to the register in anticipation of a big win, yes it’s a whopping $15.00……..
Lunch is on me….as they say you can’t win if you don’t play
Just south of Savannah Georgia on Coastal Hwy US 17 in Townsend Georgia you can visit the smallest church in America. Recently rebuilt due to a fire it is a quiet spot with a picnic area if you are traveling in the area. Along this route there are many historic markers and further south is the City of Darien. Definitely worth the stop if you are in the coastal Georgia area and it gets you off I95 for some site seeing.
I never hesitate to say “yes” to a last minute invite for a weekend get away. Without the baggage cluttering my mind , I have free time to wander and notice all the great surroundings.
Visiting New York City without the “what to see and where to go” pamphlet is great fun on its own.
I just let my old people watching, pizza eating, window shopping self take some not so picture perfect photos to share with all of you.
My parents had a house rule when I was growing up that was quite simple, if we did not go to church on Sunday morning we spent the day inside. From that kind of upbringing I have become a fairly spiritual person.
I pray everyday and for the most part I keep a good “mind file” sorted by the urgency of one’s situation of who gets on my daily list.
My heart prays sincerely with compassion for those in need.
So, now that I am a social media junkie I started sorting the requests into two categories, to keep the list within reason. I call them prayers and good vibes. Separating them gives me a courteous response to avoid offending anyone and it also reduces my anxiety of being the one to jam the Holy airwaves.
A few that have been sent to the “good vibes” file include prayers requested by:
The Mom who wanted a miraculous cure for her sick child one morning so she could make her 10 am hair appointment
A friend trying to get to a higher level in Candy Crush
A friends daughter finding the perfect prom dress
A shopper who wanted a shorter check out line
Someone looking for a good Mall parking space
A neighbor asking for a new detached garage
and many other things that are within our own control and part of day to day life.
For all those trivial requests I am grateful that God was on the minds of these good souls.
Peace and happiness friends
Ok …who else has them?
My Mom always kept a glass of water next to her bed because she said that would keep good spirits around
She also said that spirits only hang around good people….
I saw my first ghost when I was about 7… I woke up and a group of people were looking down at me from my bedroom ceiling…I ‘ve never forgot what they all looked like and I’m glad they came because the house spooked me up until that night, after that I could go upstairs by myself
And the little girl at the foot of my bed…many times and not attached to any specific home or city . She just follows me around , still can’t figure out what that’s all about
And Grandma…whenever I dream of her when I wake my house smells like her all day…She always wore Jergens (almond scent)…
Even my hubby.. had me call the builder of our home to ask what he knew about the land because he said a child was bugging him in the garage and kitchen at night…And when it finally stopped , I thought that’s not good
And I ve had home owners sell a house because they claim a ghost disrupted their lives…not anything bad things just annoying
And I ve had home buyers ask for a specific house because they wanted to be close to the spirit of a deceased person who previously lived in a home or died nearby a home
So be happy, kind, lovable , generous and all else good and you never know who might just pop in…
Three weeks ago I was working online for several hours. My left leg just above my knee started itching and swelling. I shook the blanket off that the laptop was resting on and thought I must have been bit by a spider. Later that evening I noticed a welt on my right wrist, I shrugged it off as a clever little bug. After a few days I noticed these areas became dark and still stayed itchy. I applied Calamine and Benadryl lotion, and nothing helped.
Here I am weeks later and I am scarred, and still slightly itching. It finally dawned on me while working again in the same manner that these are burns. It didn’t hurt or sting and I did not feel the heat.
It’s scary to me because I can only imagine what is happening to our ears and head with the phone up against them all the time….
For more information: http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/news/20101004/laptop-risk-toasted-skin-syndrome#1