Monday, February 03, 2014


We have neglected blogging because we've been sort of busy since the new year came in.  The trip in January to attend the wedding of John and Lucy was a very blessed time participating in visiting with family on the last weekend of January.  Many of these people we had not seen in years. 

Atlanta is a large city we have not ever stayed in but only bypassed as we were traveling to other locations.

Since we are so accustomed now to more relaxed living where we're amongst a rural landscape close to the Coast of Alabama, the kind of traffic found in Atlanta is nice to get away from again.  We will say that the rehearsal dinner, the wedding, and the wedding reception were happy times we'll recall with a happy feeling each time we think back on them. 

Our experience staying at the Georgian Terrace on the fifteenth floor was so nice. The photo above shows how pretty the view was.  On the horizon, the little summit is the tip of Stone Mountain.

Both the rehearsal dinner and the reception after the wedding were a time to visit in a relaxing way and enjoy wonderfully delicious meals together.  I wish I could have captured the beauty of St. Lukes Church, but someone else has done it for me. Saint Lukes Episcopal Church

We manage to get only a few photos with our camera that is not dependable for capturing good ones any more. Atlanta set of photos

All of our out-of-town relatives left Sunday morning and were so happy to have done so before Atlanta was in a gridlock a few days later due to a winter storm making the exchanges and interstates out of there impassable. 


  1. I intended to put this on THE PERPETUAL VACATIONERS blog but it wound up here instead. Don't have the patience to switch it there. So, here it shall remain.

  2. As I read THE UPPER ROOM devotional for March 15 of 2015, I kept thinking it sounded like Atlanta, GA, in late January of 2014. Looks like it really could be >>>>>>>