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Katie Hart Smith

Inexplicable Love

Love is inexplicable. How do you put into words how you feel about the love of your life? How do you describe how a person can affect your heart? How do you measure and equate the depth and breadth of such feelings? How do we teach our children about love?

Don Norris (Village of Hope, Lawrenceville) accepts three tomato plants from Candace Morgan (Duluth Historical Society). They will be passed along to some of their clients to nurture as a way of spreading the love!

Duluth Historical Society – Spreading the Love

Ever exchange ideas, share what you have, learn from one another?  Why bother?  It’s what our parents and grandparents used to do! It was neighborly to do so a few years back, and still is!  

Showing love in many different ways

Spirit of Love is always here

Think for a moment about when you have felt loved recently?  Was it when you shared a meal with friends who truly understand you, or when someone gave you a compliment? 

Kimberly Lisa Hensley and Chase Stanley Amerson

Hensley- Amerson

Timothy and Candace Hensley of Lawrenceville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Lisa Hensley to Chase Stanley Amerson, son of Stanley and Carolyn Amerson of Lawrenceville.

Christine Martinello

Let them go and grow

It was a hot July day at Ben Epps Airport in Athens GA. I stood on the concrete runway watching my twenty year old son take his first flying lesson. He was excitedly anticipating this adventure and I was thrilled for him.  

Christine Martinello

Prioritizing love

What would you do if you could spend a whole day filled with love? Where would you be? Who would you be with? What would you eat or drink? Would you move around quickly or slowly? It’s a tempting thought to consider, isn’t it?