We've officially been living in Georgia for a year now. Here are a few things we've learned living in this new region.
“Y’all” is a great term. We’ve started saying it, and bonus: it is gender inclusive.
Bugs aren’t in your home because you’re dirty, they’re there because it’s The South.
Most people “do church” with people who look and think exactly like themselves.
Yard sales start way later in the day. No more 5 am early birds.
There are film sets everywhere but celebrities nowhere.
What neighborhood you choose to live in says something about you. Missional living matters.
Helping people is often inconvenient and uncomfortable, because that is when people need help. In those places God helps you as you help others.
You can use less water in the shower than you’re using. And less toothpaste.
People from other parts of the country don’t necessarily like people from California.
Hushpuppies are a food. And they are delicious.
It rains. A lot. There is much to be learned from the seasons.
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