Editor's note: GeorgiaFACES news editor Sharon Dowdy of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences contributed to this column.
Recently, I was having dinner at a local restaurant with some girlfriends when one said, "I wish I didn't ever have to cook again; I would eat out for every meal if I could."
Leia finally visits me for a routine examination and vaccination.
Americans have celebrated another Presidents' Day, honoring all who served in our nation's highest office.
People who love Irish whiskey, one of the most popular distilled spirits in the world, claim it has a perfume of its own. That is not coincidence.
My dog, Duke, is a follower.
After a dramatic arrival to our planet, followed by a few weeks of mostly uneventful growth, Leia threw us a curveball. She tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
Editor's note: This is the first in a monthly series of columns. Alex Popp will update The Times on his trek while he is on the trail.
The primitive plants of moss and algae begin to form as turfgrass areas begin to thin out. This happens because conditions for growing dense, healthy turf have declined.
Leia's family is freaked out.
Some families have closets where out-of-season clothing and gear remain hidden away when not in use.
"What's in a name?" Juliet asked Romeo.
Each year, I face a challenge when it comes to the days from Nov. 1 through Feb. 28.
It was a "dusting." Just enough to cover the yard in crystalline white, but not enough to keep the grass, leaves and dirt from showing.
My significant other is a cat person. I love cats, but I am more of a dog guy.
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Today will be the biggest day of Leia's life, medically speaking. That is, if I have it my way, it will.
A story in 1 Kings 17 talks about a prophet named Elijah.
Well, we have gotten through this freeze and it's time to figure out what got damaged and what did not.
Leia's owners call me the day after my conversation with uncle Donnie.
"No strangers enter here, only friends we have not met."
My significant other sometimes tells stories in which I have a speaking role.
While some may know March is colorectal cancer awareness month, many may not know the disease is the third most common cancer in both genders ...
In November 2010, I was called by the Archbishop of Atlanta Wilton Gregory to be the pastor at Prince of Peace Catholic Church on Spout ...
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