I have been avoiding writing this post for weeks at this point.
Outside of the reality that I’m busy, I have no other excuse for not writing this sooner. For the past three months, I’ve been the mother of Agwe, the God of Water. Now I must admit, it’s been kind of cool being the Mother of a God, but this came with some interesting challenges and moments of self-discovery.
A few really awesome middle school kids came together to create a really awesome play over the summer. A few amazing professional actors in Atlanta brought their story to life. The twist? Some very familiar characters from a childhood favorite tale of Alice in Wonderland can be seen during this show.
Alice Between will have audiences on their feet (literally) and laughing in their seats.
For most of my adult life, I have always been just an idea. My identity was wrapped up inside of multiple people’s expectations and ideas of whom they thought I should be. I realized a few days ago it was time for things to change.
In the last two weeks, I have attended two different business conferences. At the first one, I ended up in a class about going Live on Facebook and left transformed.
On Sunday, September 24 from 2-6 p.m., the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition (ABC) invites Atlantans to walk, bike, skate or roll through a 3 mile stretch of two of Atlanta’s popular neighborhoods: downtown and midtown.
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s popular Atlanta Streets Alive will be returning to Peachtree St, but with a twist—a route extension down S. Broad Street! With the developer Newport US RE joining as the latest sponsor of this Atlanta Streets Alive route,
The sugar cookie dough took a couple of tries to get right and I’ve used it for the last five years without any issues. Now, this Royal Icing situation is completely different. I searched for YEARS until I found something that works for me. Not only for taste,
The fall breeze flew gently across my cheeks as I bundled up Cherrie for another morning of little league football. We had our purple and gold ready to cheer Marshall on. The smell of freshly popped popcorn and hot dogs filled the air as the cheerleaders were chanting the teams fight song. As we set up our lawn chairs we laughed as parents and coaches yelled at the refs because they didn’t like a call on a play.
Aurora Theatre stages the supernatural with Abigail/1702, September 21 – October 15
Filled with breathlessness and drama, Abigail/1702 is set to bring a vivid and haunting narrative to the Aurora Theatre mainstage from September 21 – October 15. Ten years after the infamous Salem witch trials, The Crucible’s notorious young accuser seeks a new life in Boston, hoping to leave the terrors of the past behind. As she will discover, forgiveness is often difficult and may come at an unthinkable price.
Aurora Theatre ushers in frightful fall with Lawrenceville Ghost and Haunted Cemetery Tours
Thrill seekers invited to downtown Lawrenceville for ghoulish tours, tasty brews and more!
In the mood for a thrill? Join Aurora Theatre for spooktacular fun with Lawrenceville Ghost Tours and Lawrenceville Haunted Cemetery Tours this October! Guests will be guided on a moonlit walk, accompanied by spooky storytellers who tell tales of awakened sleeping ghosts and increased paranormal activity in metro-Atlanta’s oldest city.
BLUE BUTTERFLIES TAKE OVER CALLAWAY RESORT & GARDENS’ CECIL B. DAY BUTTERFLY CENTER
Brilliant Blue Butterflies Provide Beautiful Sight for Guests
PINE MOUNTAIN, GA (9/15/2017) – September is Blue Morpho Butterfly Month at Callaway Resort & Gardens’ Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center. Typically there are more than 1,000 tropical butterflies of various kinds flying freely throughout the conservatory; however, this month it will be filled exclusively with spectacular blue morpho butterflies.