There's a part of me that wants to avoid struggle. That wants things to be easy. Or that wants a magical flash of instant transformation. But that's not how my life has worked. I suspect that struggle - a tension between who I am and who I want to be - is just what I … Continue reading A big old boulder of resentment
Savannah is a city best experienced on foot. Here are some photos from the last day of my last Savannah trip. I took an afternoon walk down Barnard Street - from Gaston Street to City Market - and took photos of each square. Plus a few other photos, too.
I started an early November walk by going to the fountain. Then over to Drayton Street and down to the old Telfair Hospital. Back along Whitaker Street where the sun came out. Every time I take a walk in Savannah, I see something new. Usually something beautiful.
What do you do in Savannah when you have a couple of extra hours? My sister's flight was delayed, so we asked ourselves, "What would you tell someone to do if that person had only two hours to spend in Savannah?" The first answer was, "Take a walk in the historic district." But we'd already … Continue reading Bonaventure Cemetery stroll