Christmastime in Georgia. Can't believe Tickseed, Impatiens, and Angelonia are still in bloom in December. Camellia seems right on time.
Every year we see Santa in our old neighborhood, East Atlanta. I can’t remember how exactly it started, but a bunch of folks with little kids bemoaned the mall santa cost, lines, and hassle, and we ended up spawning this amazing fundraiser and tradition. . . . Read more →
I’ve been listening to so much sad and melancholy music this year, but I think I’m pulling out of it. Not that I will ever stop, because I love the sad and melancholy beauties more than any of the others, but I hear variety is also supposed to be good.
A few things have been a catalyst for this . . . Read more →
Evening's lookin' up. Hand-delivered latkes for dinner, courtesy of @lshankman – It pays to be a 1/4 Jewish commune.