From Away from Tavernpointe – Tavernpointe’s juniper gin cocktail whispers of sloe berries and a touch of citrus. It’s exceptionally sophisticated. The post From Away from Tavernpointe appeared first on 365 Atlanta Family. http://ow.ly/3bLcZ8
NOW OPEN: Chastain Park Playground – It’s a playground unlike any other in Atlanta. Designed with advice from children, the 40,000-square-foot play area in Chastain Park nestles into six acres of wooded rolling terrain just north of West Wieuca Road. The post NOW OPEN: Chastain Park Playground appeared first on 365 Atlanta Family. http://ow.ly/3bICkC
Colletta: Menu selections you can’t miss – Colletta means ‘collection’ in Italian, which is the perfect way to describe the menu. Diners select from antipasti, pizza, pasta or piatti which are hearty main dishes. The post Colletta: Menu selections you can’t miss appeared first on 365 Atlanta Family. http://ow.ly/3bFPup
Exploring Fort King George Historical Site – At Fort King George, hubby and I enjoyed learning about why this bluff was such a special part of Georgia’s history…and the boys LOVED exploring the site, climbing in the fort and “battling” each other on the marshes. The post Exploring Fort King George Historical Site appeared first on 365 Atlanta Family. http://ow.ly/3bwGti
Marlow’s Tavern: Bayou ‘n Bourbon is back! – I know Mardi Gras has passed, but it is always time for Cajun food if you ask me! I recommend a trip – with our without the kiddos- to Marlow’s Tavern to try the new fare. The post Marlow’s Tavern: Bayou ‘n Bourbon is back! appeared first on 365 Atlanta Family. http://ow.ly/3bugAo
50+ Festivals in Atlanta: Spring and Summer 2016 – Festivals in Atlanta: We’ve got the perfect list of festival fun for your spring and summer, with dates, places and hints about their family-friendliness. The post 50+ Festivals in Atlanta: Spring and Summer 2016 appeared first on 365 Atlanta Family. http://ow.ly/3brL26
It’s funny to look at the books I’ve bought in my life- there are loads as I am a ‘book person’. I don’t go for the current trends in books but just whatever catches my mood at the time. I have a LOT of books and have donated a lot of them over the years. Marc is the same way. There are always some kind of self-improvement book in the mix – gardening, cooking, making money doing this that or the other thing.
Now that I buy ebooks – I find they are augmenting my purchases and not supplementing. It is like that with DVDs as well- buying streaming movies is super simple and all of us get to watch together or on our own devices.
I’m not sure what’s next with this evolution but I’m certainly curious.