What happens when you plan an expedition and the morning dawns with an unexpected but overdue rainfall? You go anyway, hoping for a break in the damp.… Read more “Marking a life with meaning”
Clarkesville native commissioned as second lieutenant
One family’s legacy of military service deepened with the recent commissioning of Anna Sapough of Dahlonega as a second lieutenant in the Georgia Army National Guard. She’s… Read more “Clarkesville native commissioned as second lieutenant”
Remembering a mother’s legacy
“…Grieve if you must, but not for long. You know I’m not much on tears. Know that I am with Mama and Lyn and any more who chose the right way and follow me.
Also, I can walk and I am truly whole – think of it!
Now get on with your business of living and know for certain, I am at peace and waiting.
Eternity is a long time.
Be always warm in knowing I love you, ’cause I know I was loved.”
A photographer’s tale
Above the crowd, the holy spirit revived hundreds of pungent, imperfect souls. Distracted by the assignment to collect more images, I wasn’t counting on communion. From the… Read more “A photographer’s tale”
Her smile arrived first with the pungent odor of the nursing home hallway wafting in her wake. Maxine. My mother’s daily angel cloaked in the blue scrubs… Read more “Sunrise angel”
Over time, an iridescent orb forms in the aftermath of the nurturing, transformed into a single bead on a special occasion string.
A life well loved
John Andrews adorned us all with his celebratory high-church joy, in starched plaid shirts and saddle-oxford shoes.
An early morning errand on a workday Wednesday delivered me to a whimsical destination. It had been a while since I’d made the right turn to Misty… Read more “Misty memories”
It’s a thing at Sewanee. Chasing sunsets. On the domain capped by the University of the South, there are overlooks with fancy names. Morgan’s Steep. Green’s View.… Read more “Sunset legacy”