I’m not skipping Thanksgiving by any means but I want to give you all a chance to plan a visit to the Cathedral if you happen to be in the Savannah Georgia area over the holiday season. The poinsettia tree and the angels overlooking the life size manger lift your spirit toward the true meaning of Christmas.
The church is open for a self guided tour Monday-Saturday from 9am-11:45am reopening at 12:45pm-5:00pm. The address is 222 East Harris Street, Savannah to set your GPS. For more information visit: https://savannahcathedral.org/about/
Florence Margaret Martus known as the “Waving girl” would be startled by the size of the ships that frequent the Savannah River today going in and out of the Georgia Port. Visitors to River Street are greeted by the welcoming wave near the east end of the river walk by a statue dedicated to Florence by the city of Savannah in 1972.
The statue of represents the light hearted story of a local girl that greeted ships for a period of 44 years, from 1887-1931. More than one tale may be told but they all represent a period of time when a simpler life certainly had its rewards.
To read more about Florence Margaret Martus: http://georgiahistory.com/education-outreach/historical-markers/hidden-histories/the-waving-girl/