Шикарный вид на Тбилиси.
Плюс ещё один ресторан-бар, куда точно стоит заглянуть, чтобы насладиться вкусной европейской кухней, очень достойным сервисом и ценами без налога! @restaurant_seventeen ребята, ничего не меняйте, но на лето надо диджея и пару столиков на террасе, а вторую под танцпол! И звание Зэ Бест Сити Бар вам гарантировано!
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Savannah, Georgia shines extra brightly in the Spring. A city already rich in visual beauty, it comes alive with flowering color lining the charming squares and avenues. You have to think that Savannah’s founder, James Oglethorpe, would be proud to see his urban-planning legacy survive with the city growing up around those original planned blocks, parks, and squares. Today it is a walkable, bikable town filled with architecture, art, and a haunting loveliness. If you’ve been, you know. If you haven’t, go. #southernreverie
When you think the waiter is bringing your food... then you realize it’s for the table next to you 🤪
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Dresses!! 🖤 you can also show your state pride in this super cute racer back tank dress! Can be worn as a regular dress or coverup this summer! Remember If you aren’t from GA that’s OK! just comment in the Personalizatiin section when you buy this listing and let me know which state you want to rep! I GOT YOU BOO 😉 #statepride#georgiaonmymind#georgiapeach 🍑 🛍👚 LINK TO SHOP IN BIO!
GEORGIA SHIRTS! 🍑 show your state pride with a super cute Baseball tee, muscle tank, or T-shirt! Not from Georgia? That’s okay! There is a personalization section when you order this listing that you can request ANY STATE you would like! #georgiaonmymind#georgiapeach 🍑 #stateside 🛍👚LINK TO SHOP IN BIO!
Los Angeles ... it’s been a ride! But I’m so excited to let y’all know that I’m moving back to Georgia. ☀️Moving across the country by yourself is no joke. I never expected to get culture shock in my own country. I’ve lived in 3 homes in under 7 months, I’ve been challenged in ways I had not anticipated. I’m a lot less naive, I’m a lot more grateful, a lot more independent, and I’m pretty stinking tired of moving around. I’m thankful for all the souls I’ve met along the way and all the teachings you’ve provided... the amazing, the difficult, and the downright confusing. I’ve learned that people can be the kindest souls and also have so much pain that they act in ways that aren’t in alignment. I’ve learned that I’d rather be forward and truthful than be anyone’s doormat. As I grow more distant from everything that has happened out here I know that my soul will continue to expand and learn more compassion, forgiveness, and understanding. Thanks L.A., but Georgia you have my heart. 💚💚
I have to do trim some trees this morning and then take my daughter to a birthday party this afternoon so I don’t have a lot to post this morning but when I get back in the shop this afternoon I’m going to make another one of these for a client and also bust tail and get my workbench finished for my xcarve. I hope everyone has a great Saturday! #yardworksucks#mightgetlimbsforxhriatmasornamentsthough#georgiaonmymind#jbwoodcraft
Rarely do I talk about the equipment.
We have everything on this list, minus the apnea monitor. We just substituted it with a nebulizer. .
Before Georgia, knowing my child would need these things probably would scare the 💩 out of me. But now, I can't imagine our lives without it, and honestly, can't imagine parenting without these things. .
The pulse ox monitors Georgia's heart rate and oxygen levels while she sleeps. When she was much younger, we had it on her 24/7. If she's sick, we go back to that standard. Oxygen tanks and concentrators were part of our daily lives for a long time. Georgia's growth has contributed to us using it less, but if she's sick, the O2 comes back without a doubt. Suction machines should be in every parents home, honestly. Georgia can't blow her nose and used to have a weak cough. Her narrow airways can get irritated and clogged quickly, and the suction machine does the same thing a nasal bulb does, but with far greater efficiency. The nebulizer provides breathing treatments when needed due to illness or irritants. It helps her airways open up more.
All of this equipment is prescribed by our medical team and heavily contributes to Georgia's health. We pay a deductible on the equipment and any supplies, just like with any prescription. Luckily, since we don't use the oxygen much, we have a stockpile of supplies, but pulse ox probes, the tape, and suction machine supplies are reordered monthly. I have a note on my calendar that reminds me once a month when to order. When we do have extra, I usually mail them off to other medical mamas in need.
Medical supply companies and insurance can be beyond frustrating. We have had minimal problems compared to others, but nothing annoys me more than needing supplies and being told insurance won't cover it. We only receive a limited amount of things so us medical mamas tend to hoard it in case of an emergency. I have everything stored in our playroom in labeled boxes, plus a small stash in Georgia's room. .
When our home was condemned because of our septic leak, the biggest panic for me was making sure we had any necessary supplies in case of an emergency.
Clayton, GA, doesn’t try to make you think it’s like any other place, but rather simply makes you happy to be right where you are. Our idyllic weekend: https://ourtravelcafe.com/idyllic-weekend-georgia/