Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Look cool, wear this shirt!

I'm still working on a button. I'll look into it. In the meantime, here's the link to the Glynn Peace Online Store.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

GlynnPeace Impeachment Action

This is a picture from Saturday's Impeachment action in the pier village. The response was mixed, but we had several positive responses, mostly from South Carolinians. As a matter of fact, the young man on the left in the photo is from South Carolina, and he decided to join us for the last hour of the demonstration.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Beautiful Lengths

So I finally cut my hair. I just couldn't stand it any longer, so I decided to donate to Beautiful Lengths, since they only require a minimum of eight inches, instead of the ten inches needed by Locks of Love.
Here's my before:

And here's my after:

I'm really loving my new style. Thanks so much to Luck over at Lucky Lucy's for cutting my hair and taking care of the donation for me!

At what temperature does low country boil?

So, I've been busy lately. I'm still determined to post about the events of the last week or so, even if I am a little late. Last Saturday (September 8) I joined other Brunswick readers at the Kick off event for the Big Read. It was a low country boil, and local and national big wigs were there. Cap Fendig made a proclamation on behalf of the county commissioners. Mayor Bryan Thompson made a proclamation on behalf of the city. Superintendent of Schools Michael Bull was there dressed as Catcher in the Rye. I came as the happy Medium from A Wrinkle in Time. The NEA even sent a representative from Washington to little old Brunswick. Please enjoy the following photos:

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Local wingnut runs for president.

That's right folks! Glynn County's own Cap Fendig, a bible-thumping former drunk and womanizer is declaring his candidacy for the presidency of the United States of America. It's a shame, really, because he had a certain level of credibility as a county commissioner and businessman, but that's all going out the window now. He obviously thinks he's been called by God. If his view of Christianity turns out to be correct, I happen to think we're all in a lot of trouble. Thanks a lot, Cap! Like Southeast Georgia isn't embarrassed enough by Jack Kingston.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Congratulations Appalachian State!

Biggest upset in college football history today, as Appalachian State beat Michigan. There'll be celebration in Boone tonight. Congratulations Mountaineers. Here's some mountains for ya: