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6 Things You Can Do for a Summer of Happiness

June 1, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Summer of Happiness: Six Simple Things You Can Do This Summer to Let the Sunshine In If your life could use a little lift, Todd Patkin says there’s no better time than summer to make small changes that will have a big impact on your outlook. Summer is a time of warm temperatures, sunny skies, [...]

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My Chef Nancy’s Johnston Mac and Cheese

May 30, 2013 by Nancy Jaworski  
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This is one of my Mom’s “rotation of five” recipes.  She learned it from their Irish maid as a little girl.  She called the cheese “rat trap cheese”.  It’s a different mac and cheese, but simple and comforting. 8 oz package of elbow macaroni, cooked to al dente per package directions 1 pound sharp cheddar [...]

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Learning to Cook: A Tribute to Our Mothers

May 28, 2013 by Nancy Jaworski  
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Did you grow up cooking at the knee of your mother, aunt, or grandmother?  Did you learn the tricks of perfect biscuits, cookies and cakes?   For many of us, this is exactly how the love of cooking is sparked.  For me, not so much.   My mother, Ann, was a brilliant and creative woman.  She could [...]

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Georgia’s Most Popular Baby Names for 2012

May 28, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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The Social Security Administration today announced the most popular baby names in Georgia for 2012.  Emma and William topped the list. The top five boys and girls names in Georgia for 2012 are: Boys: 1)  William 2)  Mason 3)  Jacob 4)  Michael 5)  Jayden   Girls: 1)   Emma 2)   Ava 3)   Isabella 4)   Madison 5)   [...]

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Bev’s Cheese Strata and Hot Curried Fruit

May 20, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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by Virginia Gibbs My mom, Beverly Turnbull, was a Southern lady and a wonderful cook.   At special holidays like Easter and Christmas, our family would gather to enjoy a scrumptious breakfast of cheese strata and hot curried fruit.   The strata was prepped the day before, making it easy to pop in the oven and make [...]

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2013 Mother of the Year ~ Brenda Byrd

May 8, 2013 by Maggie Zerkus  
Filed under Etcetera, Family, Good Stories

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Fayette Woman and the Citizen are very proud to announce the winners of our 2013 Mother of the Year Contest.  We recieved so many wonderful letters and it was difficult to choose a winner.  But, we are happy to announce the winner in our 65 and over age group is Brenda Byrd.  Brenda was nominated [...]

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2013 Mother of the Year~ Delphina Banks- Jones Turner

May 8, 2013 by Maggie Zerkus  
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Being a “mother” means so many different things.  We learn that every year when we read the nominations for our Mother of the Year Contest.  So many families in our area are blessed with caring women that teach , love  and grow families.  Delphina Banks-Jones Turner is our choice for the winner of the 2013 [...]

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Simple and Spectacular Spring Decorating

April 12, 2013 by Kristin Hauch-Melton  
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Radiant flowers, butterflies, and birds let us know that spring is in bloom all around. What better way to transition into spring than by bringing some of nature’s brilliant décor inside the home? The warm weather brings an abundance of beautiful blooms, perfect for creating lovely spring floral arrangements to adorn your entryway, living room, [...]

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Smart Design Tips to Maximize Small Spaces

April 7, 2013 by Kristin Hauch-Melton  
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If you’ve ever strolled through Ikea’s showroom in downtown Atlanta, you’ve probably been in awe that designers can fill and decorate every inch of a 600 square-foot living space while still preserving the room’s visual balance, interest, and functionality. It’s not as much of a challenge as you might think, though. Whether you are struggling [...]

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Fayetteville Nurse Wins Battle Against Colon Cancer

March 28, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Fayetteville resident Beth Phillips, RN, was only 47 when she was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer, making her three years younger at the age of diagnosis than the recommended age to start colonoscopy screenings. “People assume when they hear the words, ‘colon cancer’ that it is a disease that only affects older adults,” said [...]

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Surround Yourself With Love

February 27, 2013 by Jill Prouty  
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I’ve always admired friends whose homes were professionally decorated, right down to the custom drapes; however, a home should not be just a showroom. A comfortable home should express who you are and where you’ve come from — and I’m going to show you how to do it inexpensively with things you already own and [...]

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Strong Like a Rock: Phenomenal Women’s Health

February 15, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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By Sharon Ricks   Eighty-five women dressed in cool blue left an Atlanta airport hotel, each holding a rock in her hand. On each rock was a note that read, “I am phenomenal!” They had just attended the Cool Blue Tea hosted by Phenomenal Women’s Health, Inc., (PWH), a nonprofit organization founded in May 2007 [...]

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