Places that Inspire

When you need to get away
  • Serenbe

    A 1,000 acre community located under 30 minutes from Atlanta. It is a national model for the future of balanced development in the U.S.— focusing on land preservation, agriculture, energy efficiency, green building, walkability, high density
    building, arts and culture, and community living for multiple generations.

  • The Blue Ridge Parkway

    The longest road planned as a single unit in the United States. It is a series of parks providing access to high mountain passes, splendid natural “gardens” of flowering mountain plants, waterfalls and water gaps, deep forests and upland meadows.

  • Georgia Aquarium

    As the world’s largest aquarium, Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium in more than ten million gallons of water. Each majestic exhibit is designed to inspire, entertain and educate.

  • The Atlanta Botanical Garden

    The mission of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is to develop and maintain plant collections for display, education, research, conservation and enjoyment.

  • Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore

    The Phoenix & Dragon is dedicated to providing support and guidance for those who come to the store to shop or seek.

     

Links to People and Things I Love

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Mission: To provide an ecologically responsible, fresh, all natural frozen treat in a fun neighborhood environment. Our goal is to be a waste free company. All of our fruit waste goes to community gardens; most other supplies are recycled. We strive to throw away less than one bag of trash per week.

Susan is an intuitive, clairsentient, claircognizant, clairvoyant and psychic medium. Her gifts were handed down from psychically gifted and beloved aunts through several generations. She has worked with, and been mentored by, some of the top psychics and healers in the United States.

StumbleUpon helps you discover interesting web pages, photos and videos recommended by friends and like-minded people, wherever you are.

Reba Ponder Weiss was born and raised in Jones Chapel, a small farming community, outside of Cullman, Alabama. Although country life was a lot of hard work, she had plenty of time to roam the woods, visit neighbors and barge in on relatives. Her huge extended family and close knit community provided twenty-five years of precious memories not to mention, writing inspiration!