To Helen Back - A Local’s Guide
My family history goes back a good ways in Northeast Georgia and particularly in Helen. My mom grew up on the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River. She and her four stair-step sisters, my grandparents and my great grandmother Leilah Abernathy lived on Scorpion Holler (now called Myra Branch Road to all the locals’ chagrin). They grew up wearing dresses made of potato sacks, making mud pies, gardening, canning and trying to stay out of trouble.
The Table: Insatiable Appetite for Cooking
Welcome to the table, where I will contribute a semi-regular column about cooking and food and my insatiable addiction to both. Bound up in cooking is my creative outlet, my love language, an endless terrain to explore and connections to make the world over.
Pros & Cons of a Solo Parenting Vacay
A couple summers ago, my two little boys and I spent four days in sunny Orlando. It was a last minute idea. I was supposed to go on a girls’ beach trip, but childcare fell through. Ultimately, it was God giving me a big fat wink because I wouldn’t trade that Orlando trip for anything.
How I lost 70 pounds in a year
Last summer, I thought I could never lose weight — it was too hard, I was too busy and life just wasn’t fair. Today, I have lost 70 pounds with 30 more to go.
Tips to stay fit during a pandemic
Q&A with Beth Sanderson Hooper: Teacher, Mom and Fitness Extraordinaire
Let's Rumble - Ask Us Anything
Part of our goal here at Rumble is to start and continue conversations among women. We want to know what’s important to you, what’s weighing heavy on your mind? What problems can we help each other solve? What questions can we help you answer?
WCU students start semester amid pandemic
The second week of classes at Western Carolina University is now underway, and while the COVID-19 Pandemic means that it’s shaping up to be an unusual semester, many students seem to be happy with how the university is handling the situation.
Meet the new principal at Tuscola High
RUMBLE: You are the first female to be lead principal at Tuscola High School. Is this meaningful to you?
College classes look different during COVID-19
College students around the nation adjust to a new normal amidst COVID-19.