Celebrating The Dillard House: 100 Years of North Georgia family fun

100 years at The Dillard House - Dillard House turns 100: A Celebration - Just Peachy Keen with the Peachy Queen
It’s a Centennial!
You know the drill. According to the FTC, I have to let you know that this is a Sponsored post. I may have received items or services in exchange for this article. All opinions are my own. 

I recently was invited to attend a media event in the lovely Northeast Georgia mountains, wherein we previewed a year’s worth of celebrations for the historic Dillard House in Rabun County, Georgia.

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Becoming a Beaches Mom: 5 things I learned about traveling solo to Beaches Social Media on the Sand conference

Traveling to the Beaches Moms 2016 Social Media on the Sand Conference solo, or…

Why I ran away to Jamaica without my family and don’t feel bad about it.

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An adult card game review. - Just Peachy Keen with the Peachy Queen | www.mypeachyqueendom.com

Game night for adults – Shit Happens! A review. 

According to the FTC, I need to let you know that the following is a sponsored review, meaning I was given product (Shit Happens Card Game) or may receive compensation for giving this review. This post was sponsored by Goliath Games. All experience with the product and opinions are my own. Now that that is said, remember, if I am reviewing it to share with you, then I am going to be sincere about my experience and why I think you should, or shouldn’t, try this product out.
Second disclaimer, and this one’s from me: This game contains curse words and discussion of adult situations. No, definitely not in-depth talk of that! But if the title of the game offends you, you may not want to read any further. For me personally, I am glad Jesus still loves me, even though I may at times have a mouth like a sailor. 

A few weeks back, we had a wonderful winter weather event here in metro Atlanta.

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Moving forward while in a holding pattern…

Yesterday was the one year anniversary of when my adopted mom died from the disease of cancer. I have missed her every second of every minute for 365 days. I know that in time the pain will lessen, but so far a years time hasn’t done it.

I woke up this morning also missing my husband. I have been missing him for a long while, but the way I pine for him is different. He is my best friend, my partner, my protector. The person I have spent the past 20 years with, but who he really is has been gone for what seems like years, also claimed by a disease.

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