Monthly Archives: June 2004

69 comments?! What a great welcome home gift! I’ve been traveling now for over 12 hours, my mind is total mush. Luckily the Customs officials were almost pleasant and I got through that ordeal relatively unscathed. While I was en route to Minneapolis, I was reading through Sue Monk Kidd’s book The Dance of the […]

Awakening. (5:00 pm EST) I’m at 31,000 feet in the air, somewhere over Indiana (I think), on my way to Minneapolis. I’ve been reading Sue Monk Kidd’s book Dance of the Dissident Daughter – and I can’t wait another moment until I start journaling what I’m coming across. So here I am – laptop in […]

No scary Conservative government for Canada, doo-dah, doo-dah. Liberals win Minority! Yay, no scary Bush-like Harper hawk running the government. Whew.

As promised, here is a post about a new book I’m adding to my official list of favorite books of all time. It’s a privileged list — and despite what you may think (and already know about my voracious reading habits), it’s fairly exclusive. The newest member is Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden. […]

Georgia’s Jewel and a Castaway Wannabe-Canadian. She returns! To Savannah, at least. Just got back from a brief trip out to Jekyll Island, a beach about an hour and a half from Savannah. I only got to spend a day and a half out there, wish it could have been longer. (Pictures here) But I […]

Well, I did it — I went back to my parents’ (and I suppose my own) old church in Savannah. For those of you that don’t realize this already — this place fired my dad 2 years ago and I have had a hard time getting over all the betrayals and two-facedness that has occured […]

Did the tourist thing today in downtown Savannah. Here’s the customary photographic evidence. It’s been a busy week. I may need a vacation to recover from my vacation! Ahead this weekend — beach all day tomorrow, Summer Waves on Sunday, Jekyll Island all day Monday, flying home on Tuesday. Whew. Last call for souvenirs from […]