Always Hope

There is Always Hope!   From the treadmill at my health club, I gasped reading the closed captioning of a nationally aired television interview. The faces of interviewees were shadowed to hide their true identities. I assumed that the voices were disguised. Obviously, this was a topic of great secrecy. To Love, Honor, and Betray.

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No Place Like Home

Dorothy clicked the heels of her ruby slippers and repeated, “There is no place like home.” No wonder “The Wizard of Oz” became a television holiday tradition. Holidays make us long for home. Fragrances.  Home cooking. Hugs. Reunions. Relaxing husbands. Frantic wives.  There is no place like home or the comfort of familiar surroundings. Our

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Home for the Holidays with the First Lady of Georgia, Mary Perdue

Even in midst of raising her own family, Mary and Sonny Perdue years ago demonstrated a passion for underprivileged children. After husband Sonny’s ascension to the governorship, Mary turned that personal passion into an exciting unique initiative, The First Lady’s ‘Our Children’s Campaign’. Thanksgiving week, Georgia’s first lady took the time from her busy schedule

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The Slumber Girls Review

Introducing….. The Slumber Girls! Creative designers have always amazed me, and Ann Carpenter has continued that trend. During her years as an interior & custom drapery designer, Ann’s work was nothing short of visionary. Through her flare for design, Ann worked her way up over the past thirty years to become one of Atlanta’s premier

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When Your Marriage Dies – Answers to Questions About Separation and Divorce

No matter what the circumstance, divorce is a painful event. If you have not personally experienced it, then you know someone who has. As does Atlanta’s author Laura Petherbridge. In her newly released book, When Your Marriage Dies – Answers to Questions About Separation and Divorce, Laura brings her years of experience in divorce recovery

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Babbie Mason

If Aretha is the queen of soul, then Babbie Mason has to be the queen of Christian soul. Hers is a voice that belts a soulful jazz number then effortlessly switches to a tender ballad, seemingly as easily as an artist changes paint color. Years of hard work and determination have earned her a solid

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