If you missed this week’s column on SouthernThing.com, you can click here to read the full column. A few paragraphs are excerpted below. It’s amazing the things you learn about yourself and your family during quarantine for a global pandemic. For example, Sweetums and I have learned the distinction between “booping” a nose and “bopping”… Continue reading This is how the food pyramid looks during a pandemic
On one of our recent trips to get out of the house, Sweetums and I decided a great place to practice social distancing is a cemetery. We love the history and beautiful funerary art in Huntsville's Maple Hill Cemetery and enjoy walks in the serene setting. On this day, however, we came across a new… Continue reading We found this incredible carved tree in historic Maple Hill Cemetery
If you missed this week’s column on SouthernThing.com, you can click here to read the full column. A few paragraphs are excerpted below. At first, it was cute. When we began working at home during our self-isolation period, we got a huge kick out of posting social media photos of our pets and jokingly referring… Continue reading This is what our pets are thinking during quarantine
A brief look at a tiny town we discovered: When Sweetums and I took a drive a few weeks ago, we came upon an old general store in the tiny community of Flintville, Tenn. I can never resist stopping to take photos of quaint stores. Wikipedia says Flintville is an unincorporated community of about 600… Continue reading We stumbled upon this picturesque old store in Tennessee
Sweetums and I moved a few months ago from mid-city Huntsville, Ala. (near Village of Providence) to rural Madison County, about 12 miles out into the country. We have an acre lot and we're surrounded by farms and we love to drive around and get accustomed to our new surroundings. Recently, we came across a… Continue reading Looking for the history of this little ghost town in North Alabama. Can you help?