Snoring? Who Me?!

So- when you got married they didn’t snore. Slowly over the years things have changed. Now there is a chain saw in the bedroom! One of you has moved out to the guest room.

This kitchen is home

Since purchasing her home ten years ago, Karyn has been unhappy with the kitchen, dreaming of a large island where her family could cook together and entertain. Her daughter is a senior in high school and son is at college, so holidays and family time are precious.

Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra: A Night in Russia

For the first time, Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra (JCSO) will collaborate with more than 50 of the finest high school musicians for a blockbuster musical tour of Russia at the “A Night in Russia” concert on Saturday, March 28, 7:30 p.m. at Johns Creek United Methodist Church. This unique performance will give the audience an opportunity to hear classic Russian…

Go and Give

From the first threat of severe weather, many find peace of mind in knowing the Red Cross is standing ready to deliver help and hope for as long as needed. But some might not realize that 90 percent of work done by the Red Cross is done by volunteers. And, that these volunteers aren’t waiting around for the next big…

March 2020 Around Town

These Brothers Know Jewelry Guven Brothers is a beautiful 4,000 square-foot fine jewelry retailer across from the Avalon with merchandise covering all price ranges allowing you to easily find something within your budget. The owner Tony Guven, with his younger brother Josh, make the Guven Brothers. Additionally, Guven Brothers is a full-service jeweler offering you … Continued

Spring Fling

 Tablevogue  Tablevogue fitted table covers offer a curated collection of affordable solids and decorative fitted table covers for standard sizes of folding tables, a must-have for any hostess,  Terry Furuta Designs

Hello friends,

Every year, 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer.  My mother-in-law, Wendy Sheron, was one of those women in 2001.  She lost her battle in 2007.  If we only knew the risks and symptoms of this disease then, I think she would still be with us today.   The mission of Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance (GOCA) … Continued

Making your home smarter

 Home Automation:  Does it make sense for my house?  Is now the time to automate my house and lifestyle?  A great starting point that will save you money and time and effort is to begin with a smart thermostat and a few lamps.  A programmable thermostat, including the Nest and Ecobee4 will pay for itself in less than one year…

When ovarian cancer strikes

"Months after the diagnosis, I realized I did have subtle symptoms but I ignored them," admits Michele Helene Piepoli. "Now I always tell women, listen to your body! Be aware of the subtle signs, it is better to investigate than to regret." This is also a motto of the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance and survivors everywhere.

Emily’s Chocolate Cake

2 cups flour 2 cups sugar 1 cup butter 4  tablespoons cocoa  1 cup water 1/2 cup buttermilk 1 teaspoon soda 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla Combine flour & sugar.  In saucepan bring cocoa, margarine, butter, water to boil.  Stir and pour over flour & sugar, mixing gradually.  When cool, add eggs and vanilla.  Put soda in buttermilk and add to mixture.  Pour…