Author: nwgeorgialiving

Interior wall of Wall Street Grille

Wall Street Grille: Upscale. Casual. Affordable.

By Kathy Patrick ~ I shamelessly copied those words directly from the Wall Street Grille website because they perfectly describe this wonderful restaurant on South Wall Street in downtown Calhoun. Serving excellent food in a casual and welcoming atmosphere at affordable prices is a very hard act to pull off,...

Delicious DIY Small Weddings / flowers and hearts on wood table

Delicious DIY Small Weddings

By Kathy Patrick ~ Traditional wedding is one of those phrases that is becoming a bit old-fashioned and that’s a perfectly good thing. Today’s weddings are reflections of the couple’s personalities and style, and may well be as unique as the two love birds themselves. Smaller weddings can be more...

Robert's World

The Most Important Holiday, or Else!

In many of my past columns you have read about different holidays that we all celebrate and the usual chaos that ensues, well at least at my house. These are the big ones: Christmas, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. These are what we call family holidays and have a broad target. If...

On Blackberry Hill

The Wisdom of Chickens

By Tammy Barron ~ “Google, why are my chickens going bald?” “Google, how do you give a lamb an enema?” “Google, are carnivorous sheep a thing?” These are not even the weirdest questions I have turned to the internet to answer. No matter how many farm projects I get into,...

fish out of water

Anchors Aweigh!

By Rachel Turner ~ I spent a lot of time trying to put my finger on what was so out-of-the-ordinary about cruising with my family. They’re my family, after all. I should know them pretty well by now. What’s so adventurous about floating through the Caribbean with a piña colada...

Up-Cycling 101: Making Junk Beautiful

by Jennifer Almand ~ I don’t think there was ever a point in history that could mark the ‘beginning’ of up-cycling because it’s been around since the Stone Age. Seriously, some stone-age person actually picked up a hollowed-out rock one day and decided, “I think I will use this as...