That we've got a little piece of the rainforest right here 

Who would think that a rainforest exists in the middle of the city? But the Fuqua Conservatory Rainforest at the Atlanta Botanical Garden is just that — a gigantic greenhouse packed with tons of plants, towering trees, hanging vines, and choking heat. As the sunlight filters through the trees, and the piped-in mist engulfs you and a massive leaf brushes your leg, it's possible to experience a genuine moment of Rain Forestness (minus the bugs).

On being thankful ...

A manner of speaking

Putting a little thought behind the Thank You

Arvella Hadley, upside-down septuagenarian homeowner gets back on her feet

'I think of all the people that I've helped, and now someone's helping me.'

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