The Atlanta Journal-Constitution knows what’s up.
So proud of my hometown paper.
“In 1847, Terminus became Atlanta. In 1864, Atlanta became ashes. After Sherman’s march, a bunch of Atlantans became madder than hell (some still are). They made a seal of the city to mark those years. And since 1865, Atlanta has made up for most all it lost. When you crest the last hill headed in from the west, you’ll see the skyscrapers reaching, like a phoenix, northward into the Southern sky.”
Hydrangeas. Lake Lanier, GA.
One of my favorite flowers and favorite places.
Me & Sister Christian really like it.
Georgia state cutting board
Saving this for the next time I’m in Atlanta.
My hometown has never looked finer.
The first Waffle House in Decatur, GA
Pretty pumped about going to Atlanta tomorrow
Off to the place I was born and raised next week.