Get Out There!
One of the good things about social media is that you actually have to leave the house to get that perfect shot. I was blessed enough to have a spiritual experience on my first and likely last hike up Stone Mountain on a TAPS widow retreat. Something about being up that high makes you feel closer to God, and standing atop a mountain that’s hundreds of years old gives perspective about how minuscule you (and your problems) are in the grand scheme of the universe.
In this issue, you’ll find the beautiful State Parks and Historic Sites just an hour or two from South Fulton, featuring breathtaking views of canyon peaks and waterfalls. Go get out there! If nothing else, do it for the ‘Gram! (Instagram, that is!)
In addition, in this Green issue, you’ll see sketches of the costumes and sets of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” presented at Serenbe. This is no surprise. I love Serenbe Playhouse—there’s no traffic, free parking and they put on excellent productions right in the midst of nature. Here’s the twist: the sets and costumes incorporate recycled materials like milk jugs and soda can tabs. Even art can be good for the environment!
There’s also a farmer’s market fresh recipe for Artichoke Flatbread and an eco-friendly car review, but my favorite article this month features the costumes from the film “Titanic” at Biltmore Estate. Take a road trip, South Fulton, and make sure to use the hashtags #SoFu and #SouthFultonLifestyle!