One Book, Many Seeds

The Seed Underground

If you read only one book this summer, join the rest of Peachtree City and read The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food by Janisse Ray (Chelsea Green, 2012). The book won’t be available for purchase until June 29, but Omega Books in Peachtree City is taking pre-orders now. The Seed Underground is the […]

Discovering Tastes in Food and Wine


Are you a wine novice?  This Friday is your chance to become an expert as St. Paul Lutheran School will be holding it’s second annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser at Tyrone Depot beginning at 7 p.m. Sommelier Scott Ross has expertly selected wines to be paired with delectable hot and cold hors d’oeuvres prepared at the Kedron Kroger by Chef […]

Fib, Fab and (Finally) 40!

March 2011.

Can you believe it?  No, not my nauseating use of alliteration, but the fact that I’ve been blogging away for a year now about turning 40. It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be. I think my 39th year broke me in. If you’ve followed my journey this past year, then you know I’ve […]

My Autobiography in Books

My idea of a perfect day...

You are what you read. Never has this rang so true after reading William Kuhn’s Reading Jackie: Her Autobiography in Books (Nan A. Talese, 2010). I remember John Kennedy, Jr., giving a statement to the media shortly after his mother’s death. It struck me as odd at the time: “My mother died surrounded by her […]