Monday, November 9, 2009

What Happens in October Stays in October

Between Kaolin Festival and BBQ Blast, October is jam-packed around here. Here are some more sights from October 2009.

My second try of the Bread Baker's Apprentice Challenge was Greek Celebration Bread.

The State of Georgia held hearings about a new coal plant in Washington County, and I was lucky enough to get a photo of two of our friends..Sandersville mayor Jimmy Andrews and Tennille mayor Pat Lyons.

When we went to Savannah for the day, we saw that many others were as tired as we were.

Girl had a surprise birthday party for her boyfriend--man, was he surprised!

Another photography mission...and I found several gravemarkers to the Confederacy in the old cemetary.

Halloween Eyes courtesy of Dr. Kreslyn Odum!

Alix's gang got ready for friend Sarah's halloween party at our house.

And then friend Joel took our tickets for the community production of "Nunsense". Brilliantly done!

Dr. Odum opened the doors of her practice for an AMAZING Halloween Party.

The good doctor dressed as a hunter with reptile eyes, and me in my fangs and red eyes and Alix in her blue cat eyes.

Friend Anna makes every great party even better!

AJ came home with some fraternity brothers to learn a little about beer brewing...and some interesting food combinations occurred.

It was a really fun way to end a very busy month!

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