Just a few of the 4,268 surprising things we’ve learned our first few months in Georgia:
1. Rain boots are not just a cute, optional accessory. They are a mandatory wardrobe staple. M.a.n.d.a.t.o.r.y.
2. Field conditions don’t really matter. If there’s no lightning, we play ball. Period.
3. If the devil & the earth had a baby, it would be Georgia clay. 4. Parents with kids who play sports up here always have plastic liners, bags, a change of clothes, an obscene # of umbrellas, a bucket of patience & a salty word for the umpire. 5. It’s easier to have a bonfire & burn clay-stained uniforms than to waste time trying to clean them. #truestory
6. Chop On is an appropriate response when someone says ‘Go Braves’, ‘Hello’, ‘Have a Good Day’ or even ‘Up Yours’. 7. As much as we miss FL, & the beaches, as much as we hate the traffic, as expensive as it is to live here, & even tho’ winter & spring are still duking it out, we LOVE it here. It’s like not wanting a kid, & then smelling a newborn baby. And well, craaaaaap. You’re hooked. #georgiaonmymind #whatthe #itjustgotreal #iminlove