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March 12, 2019

Carol Wood, Total Learning Concepts

Georgia Milestones Assessments

Did you know that Georgia Milestones are a comprehensive assessment program for students in 3rd through 12th grade which are administered in the public schools?

Joan Miller

Plantation Shutters

You’ve decided on Plantation Shutters for your windows. Where do you begin? Not all Plantation Shutters are the same. Most shutters are wood. There are some composite and plastic shutters available, too. You’ll need to decide on a few options and configurations that will make a difference in how the shutters will look.

Marlene Ratledge Buchanan

Hey Y’all | Today is the Day!

I am a nervous wreck! And I have to get an article in for my Hey Y’all column today. I had several other stories that I have been developing for this month’s Hey Y’all, but terror seems to be my theme of the day. I am writing to you on the morning of my book launch. With several people pushing from behind, I have written a book. Life is Hard. Soften it with Laughter.

Best Practices For Safer Online Shopping

Shopping in today’s world is easier and more convenient with so many apps and online retailers at your fingertips. Consumers can buy just about anything, anywhere directly from their laptops or mobile devices. However, it is a good idea to be aware of ways to protect yourself and your money when you are shopping online.

Dr. Andrew Kramer

Gallbladder FAQ

What is the gallbladder?
The gallbladder is a storage sac under the liver that holds bile made by the liver until it is needed to help digest a meal. After a meal, the gall-bladder contracts squeezing the bile down the bile duct into the intestines to help digest food.

James Miskell, Attorney at Law

Estate Planning | How to Build a Time Machine

You spend a lot of time trying to make life easier for your family. You care for them and try to protect them from trouble and pain. You know that no one lives on this earth forever. You know how difficult it is to deal with the death of a loved one and don’t want your family members struggling to wrap up your affairs. You wish there was a way to look out for them after you are gone.

Katie Hart Smith


Last night I tossed and turned and prayed to God for His guidance about this column and asked the question, “How do I write about such a troubling subject matter? What words am I to use?” I let go. And, the answer came to me in early morning hours, “S.O.S.”