Archive for October, 2008

Neutral Publix

Publix (for those of you in other parts of the country, that’s our grocery store) always retains a neutral stance when it comes to the Big Game this weekend. On Saturday, half of the staff will be wearing Georgia shirts and the other half will be wearing Florida, but all week long, there will be […]

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Caged Love

I was always worried about this little lovebird because he didn’t have a mate. He’s got a nice spot in the sun and pleasant things to look at but life is so much better with a mate. And now, he’s lucky in love. Congratulations buddy, we’re happy for you.

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We Voted Today

And I hope that you do soon too. The lines throughout our area have been steady since early voting began last week. More than 30% of those registered in our county had already voted by last Saturday, and there are predictions of 90-95% total turnout here. That would be outstanding. I hope that the numbers […]

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Time for Another Gift Certificate

Where am I? Regular blog readers will have some inside knowledge. E-mail your answer to me by this Friday. All correct answers will be entered into a drawing on Saturday 11/1 for a $50 Fairbanks House gift certificate. Good luck!

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Old Habits Are Hard to Break

I just can’t keep away from the sunsets. Can you blame me?

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Need a Cigar or a Guitar?

Then check out Mike and Sherri’s Island Tobacco on Centre Street where all of your tobacco and music needs will be met (although you can’t smoke your cigar at our place). We locals appreciate Mike and Sherri’s dedication to the local music scene when it comes to supporting artists and their opportunities in the form […]

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Garage Art

Guess who these folks will be rooting for in the Georgia/ Florida football game next weekend?

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Not Quite Sure What This Is

But it caught my eye anyway. A ghost inspired by Nightmare Before Christmas? If you’d like to see it in person, go down to Susi’s on Centre Street. I don’t know if you’ve noticed a couple of new blog features (you have to scroll down a little bit to see them) but I’ve now linked […]

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For the Child Who Has Everything

Except parents with common sense… Only $599 drop-shipped, folks. Be the first in your neighborhood to have a pre-schooler who drives home in lieu of spending time on that messy playground.

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Remember Fay?

The beach erosion is still on full display. I can’t decide if it’s good or bad that just before the storm we’d had a really big beach replenishment. I guess that it’s good that we had all the extra sand as a buffer and bad that we lost some our new sand. Well, we didn’t […]

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