Home Again, Home Again: a Georgia Jiggity Jig


Sara and I are home again after nearly a week away, jigging in the exotic Outback that is southern Georgia.

Drawing by Julie Barclay (www.symbolworld.org)

Though wonderful to travel internationally, we especially enjoyed the opportunity to visit locations a little closer to home, places in Georgia such as Americus, where NGO Habitat for Humanity International was founded; Plains, home of the 39th president of the United States, Jimmy Carter; Savannah, a southern city draped in Cyprus; and Tybee Island, where walked the beach, enjoying sea and sand.

More details soon.  Just wanted to let you know we made it “to market” and back,.  I plan to resume regular posting, as well as reading the blogs I love as soon as possible.

This little piggy has missed her blogging buddies!

Jiggity jig!

20 thoughts on “Home Again, Home Again: a Georgia Jiggity Jig

  1. Welcome home Kathy & Sara!

    One of my favourite books (and films) is “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”. Have wanted to visit Savannah ever since I read it.

    Look forward to hearing more about your trip.

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  2. Welcome back – sounds like you had a restful and rejuvenating break! I love exploring close to home as much as going far afield -plane rides are overrated.

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  3. Welcome back, Kathy! I’m looking forward to hearing about your trip with Sara! (I like traveling vicariously through my online friends!) 🙂

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