Month: March 2003

Sweet Savannah

There are so many things I’ve been thinking and feeling about the war, and I had planned to write about them soon. But today, instead, I’m taking a break from all of that. Lee and I packed the… Read More

Breathing Deeply

I’ve been practicing my breathing. Over the weekend, Nikki and I had an all-day childbirth/Lamaze class. It was fun. We learned all kinds of things, including different breathing techniques to help with relaxation. Baby or not, we could… Read More

War Coverage

As I watch the coverage of this war, I am constantly amazed by what I see and hear and experience along with our troops. Thanks to advances in technology coupled with the willingness of the military to allow… Read More


It’s 6:00 in the morning, and I have been at work for a couple of hours, watching everything unfold. It’s frightening even from the safety of this office. I can’t imagine what it is like for the citizens,… Read More

Waiting for War

The gavel came down today. 14 minutes and waiting until the President addresses the nation. What then? A little more waiting, then war. Some of them will die, some of us will die. It seems like such a… Read More

Happy 100

My blog reached a milestone today. This is my 100th entry. It took me longer to get here than many of my friends, but hey, I write when I feel like it, and I don’t feel like it… Read More

Third Time Around

My third St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Savannah began gray and chilly, but that’s just the weather – not a reflection of the weekend itself. Trent and Erin are in town, and last night Dave also came over… Read More


Spring is definitely in the air. Today, it was almost 80 degrees. I got in my car this afternoon and had to crank up the air conditioner. Savannah is so beautiful in the spring. Already, trees are beginning… Read More

Rain is Stupid

I know we need rain to sustain life, blah blah blah. But yesterday, the rain just took it too far. It had rained for several days, and last night Lee and I were sitting at the dining room… Read More

Those Crazy Kids

This week, I had the distinct pleasure of spending a day at an elementary school for career week. I went from classroom to classroom talking about my job. The kids ranged in grade level from kindergarten to 3rd… Read More