It was a quick, foolhardy decision born of a country girl who wanted to see more of the world than pasture fences, cows and hayfields. I came to regret it during all the nights I cried, homesick for all of that as well as the bullfrogs, crickets and dirt roads.Read more
I wouldn’t have Gov. Brian Kemp’s job. That’s a good thing because, to my knowledge, no one has offered the job to me. I have had readers in the past who suggested I run for public office, but I politely declined because the Woman Who Shares My Name would take a skillet to my head if I decided to do so. She isn’t crazy about politics, except she loved our recently retired senior senator, Johnny Isakson. That is because he made a big fuss over her and pretty much ignored me. Smart man.Read more
Lake Sinclair and Lake Oconee have two types of shad in the lakes. The first type is the threadfin which can grow to 6-9 inches but usually only measure 2-4 inches. They are often referred to as yellowtails due to the color of their tails.Read more
Knock! Knock! Knock!
“Yes, who is it?”
“Sen. Loeffler, there is a little man in a bow tie here to see you. He says his name is Figby.”Read more