It all starts with a tickle around the hairline. You’re just sitting outside minding your own business, watching your kid shred some turf on the soccer…
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As a teenager, I was the family doomsdayer. Much like Jennifer Lawrence’s character warning of a planet-killing comet in the best Netflix stream of the…
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If we’re very lucky in this life, and we eat our fiber and floss our teeth and dodge bullets and avoid the kinds of drugs that kill, any one of us might…
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It was the kind of morning the sages write poetry about, or at least name an expensive candle after. “A Spring Saturday in Savannah” ought to have its…
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It’s my birthday week, which always has me feeling a certain type of way. One more year towards the last one, the end of the journey not yet in sight…
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If there’s any sight that sends a crowd over the moon, it’s a bride gliding down the aisle, her silvery veil trailing as she steps towards her beloved…
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The first year we moved back to my husband’s hometown, we lived out at his family’s beach house on Tybee Island to get our bearings. Accepting that I…
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Chances are, if you’ve spent any time around here at all, you’ve encountered at least one of these two women. However, it’s understandable that you…
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Maybe it’s the moonshine talking, but I like my Savannah overgrown and slightly dilapidated.
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The mister and I have been traveling all week in Iceland to celebrate my 50th turn around the sun and 23 years of marriage, both which feel like…
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Hello dearest subscriber! Much gratitude for your continued support of Savannah Sideways, ya gorgeous genius. As promised, paying patrons are the first…
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A hospital cafeteria is not the most glamorous place to have an existential crisis.
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