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Tonight at 8 PM, show your support for all essential employees by COVID-19 by making noise on your balcony and joining us for the National Anthem at 8:05 PM. : At the end of the day, these are all about showing support and coming together in a time of crisis. Some have sent me some mails saying that this is no better than Thoughts and Prayers. While I totally understand the relation, I wanted to make it clear that this is completely different - this is the community coming together for five minu
Pandemic Distraction - Finally getting rid of that English Ivy : Stuck at home, wanting to stay fit, but not trying to rub shoulders and share droplets on the BeltLine? If you're one of the unlucky Atlantans with English Ivy running crazy around your house, spend a little time each day ripping some out from the ground. It is a good all around workout and pulling it out versus trimming it is more effective in controlling it in the long term Some tips: For ivy growing up trees, cut the stems at th
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