Only Kudzu covers more of Georgia.

Well, here I am again. The past…uh…(fri sat sun mon) like three or four days have been interesting. Saturday…what DID we do? I can’t even remember! OH yeah. We went to Centennial Olympic Park and had sandwiches. The park was built around the time of the ‘96 olympics. One neat thing- there is a shallow area with the olympic rings on the ground…but the cool part is, water fountains shoot up from the rings and kids play in them. It’s really creative. Then a few times a day they play music and the water is synchronized with it…wrong word, but you catch my drift. Yesterday Aunt Margaret and I drove to Chattanooga for church. The service was great! James Ward played, (no, not the guy from the Progressive commercial) and there was a great selection of songs. The sermon was really interesting…about tests. The main example was Abraham being asked to kill his son…and how he did it without question.
Afterwards, we went to lunch with the Wards. It was a pretty nice restaurant, and I didn’t really know what I was doing. We had some interesting conversations. Or rather, THEY did. I mostly listened, but I didn’t find it boring at all.
You know, it’s ‘gay pride’ week here. It’s sickening. All the people walking around in ‘couples’…Apparently Atlanta is a huge area for homosexuals. Prostitutes, too…at two in the morning when we were driving in from the airport(oh yeah I don’t think I said that our second flight was delayed for a few hours…we got back at almost two) we saw what Uncle Pete described as a prostitute. It’s pretty troubling. Well, I guess I ought to go. I need to email some people and check some other things, and I have forty five minutes. Might well get back here. Talk to you all later!


  1. Estel* Said,

    June 28, 2004 @ 10:59 am

    Hannah!!I miss you so much!Im sorry I missed ur call yesterday!I was so upset!I’m hoping to get an email soon*hint hint*. lol. Mal and I went to the French Festival thingy calleed La Kermesse in Biddeford. She usually goes with MAddie but Maddie is grounded until she finds a job, which is really retarded. So mal invited me since u were in Georgia and I was leaving for a month. I might get a calling card while im in Canada and call you every once in a while.Im going to miss you sooooooo much!!I wish we could have gotten together before I left. Oh ya im definetly going to write you. I already promised Keith and Mal.I think I promised Mal??whatever!I got to meet Mals grandma(nana). Shes really sweet. Have you met her before?She told me I have Beautiful hair. I was so happy. When we went to La Kermesse it was kinda overcast. We were there for about an hour and a half, and then it started to rain a little then it completely down poured!(i dont know if we told u this when we responded last). So we walked home, and by the time we got there our clothes looked plastered on. We were so soaked we were drispping, and our clothes weighed a ton. We tried eighing them on a scale but it wasnt touch sensitive enough.Well I better go, i dont know why i just dont have w=anything mor to right!Love you!Miss you!

  2. Alice (Mom) Said,

    June 29, 2004 @ 6:59 am

    Hi H!
    Sounds like you’re having an adventure.Aren’t you glad you live in Maine? I hope you get to a Civil War site.A bit of rain here this AM. Beautiful sunny with a breeze weather yesterday. Martha and I walked around the Boulevard yesterday in what seemed like 10 minutes because I was talking nonstop (hadn’t talked to her one on one since before Memorial Day weekend. Next time she’ll talk nonstop.) but actually it takes closer to an hour. Tide was in–beautiful. Otherwise I worked on prepping a music history component for piano lessons next fall. (Last year the theme was beef up on theory, this years it’s musical style and overview of the major time periods are related to piano. I’ve found that several method books that I purchased for next to nothing on sale or at yard sales have great great sections introducing the church modes (medieval music), ornamentation (Baroque music and beyond), and atonal music (20th century) with great musical examples. And the classical and romantic periods are easy to intro with many examples already in their literature books. Also found a composer online through with short compositions in modern styles including some chance music.
    It’s amazing how much free music there is on line. You have to get the composer’s permission to perform it though. Haven’t figured out how that works. (Do I have to pay big bucks?) But I love it! This is the best job to have (except for being a mother) and I love it!
    Well, love you! Have a good day!

  3. Jessie Said,

    June 29, 2004 @ 5:44 am

    Dude, my pastor described the test with Abraham really well. He said, “Abraham was asked to sacrafice his son, and he was ready to do it at the drop of a hat. He said, ‘Grab the axe, champ, we`re going to the top of the hill!’” I love my church.

  4. Hannah Said,

    July 1, 2004 @ 9:09 am

    Jessie, I want to visit your church now! Sometime I have to go there with you…

  5. Krissy Said,

    July 7, 2004 @ 8:01 am

    Boy, I am just a wee bit tired! Seeing as we were driving all night, that’s not a big surprise, though….=)
    I didn’t know they HAD weeks for things like that! Yuck!
    That’s cool about the sermon.

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