We always enjoy crossing the Tennessee River back into Decatur. Marvin and I love out little house in Georgia but Decatur is HOME.
If you have not heard from me it is because we were at Grimmwood, where there is no internet. I can read blogs on my phone but commenting is always iffy as typing on a tiny keyboard may lead to problems. :)
We had a nice time in Georgia. We celebrated my niece's 21st birthday. How that happened I do not know. It seems she should be about 10 or so! Laura spent Monday at the Georgia Capitol, serving as an ambassador for her school, Dalton College. She said it was a great experience and very educational.
We have finally found a church to attend when we are in Chatsworth and that is thanks to Laura. She joined First Baptist Church and invited us to attend with her. It is a very nice church..not too big not too small and the music is wonderful. I am one of those old people who enjoys hymns more than choruses so when I saw that we were going to sing Great is Thy Faithfulness on Sunday morning, I was a very happy old lady.:)
I persuaded my mother to get out with me on Tuesday. We did a little shopping, had lunch and then just rode around the country roads on a pretty sunny day. I wanted to drive the route of my old school bus from years ago. My how those roads have changed and not always in a good way. I think I would have gotten lost if I had not had Mother riding shotgun.
I am mailing out the give away package to Miss Dishywoo today and once we hit 90 followers I will do another give away. Thanks to all who left comments....I really enjoyed the fun answers to the name question!!
But east or west, Home is best. Back to my grands and my friends, both local and bloggers!