Tag Archives: History

Trip to Atlanta – World of Coke

Coca-Cola is headquartered in Atlanta, GA. While we were there we had to go visit it. I figured it would be neat to see the history and all of the old ad campaigns. I didn’t take a whole lot of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lady on the Hill

I have just finished reading “Lady on the Hill: How Biltmore Estate Became an American Icon” by Howard E. Covington Jr. The writing was engaging, informative, and kept me coming back for more. In fact, I was disappointed when I … Continue reading

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Church Square Finished!

One night it looks like this:                   The next night it is done! As you can see the waste canvas was still on it. I was nervous about the removal process because … Continue reading

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Church Square Update 8-11-13

Back on May 18th this is what my church square looked like. I had just barely begun to outline the fuselage of the airplane. There was a ton of fabric left to fill in! I would never get this done… … Continue reading

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Church Square Update 7-28-13

Okay, so I’m a little behind in my posts. I don’t think that it really matters too much since this is the only way that you are seeing my progress. Here is the original, blurry, picture from the magazine where … Continue reading

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Church Square Update 7-22-13

Okay, so it’s been a while since I’ve posted. I have been really busy! I spend a lot of time outside after work now that the weather is nice. Also, our computer room is upstairs and it’s sweltering! Even with … Continue reading

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Church Squre Update 7-5-13

Here is Amelia Earhart’s airplane the last time that I shared it. I felt like it was taking me forever to get anywhere on this!                 Since we’ve received quite a few rainy … Continue reading

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