This weekend was pretty lame. And by lame, I mean I was lame. There were lots of cute little happenings around here. Like the hubs making me (and the puppies) an amazing breakfast Saturday morning. The man is a culinary guru. But I failed to document them. And by fail, I mean I didn’t take a picture. Lame indeed.
However, this happened:
We went to B & D Burgers in Savannah’s City Market. My goodness. This sign was above my head and, with good reason. Their burgers are amazing! There was also Cajun alligator tail on the menu. Uh, no thanks.
One day I will drag my husband to take a horse-drawn carriage ride with me through Savannah. They’re everywhere. And the horsies are so pretty :)
We walked by Paula Deen’s store and restaurant, Lady & Sons. I’ve heard that the line usually wraps around the building, but ever since her legal issues you can almost see tumbleweeds on that street.
And then THIS happened:
The Elvis impersonator was awesome. He even did the upper-lip curling that Elvis Presley was famous for.
However, the important thing here is the philanthropic work he was doing. Gettin’ Ian Seein’. Philanthropy is a huge component of my college sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma. When my neighbors told me this was happening, I immediately was up for showing my support.
Ian lost his eyesight at the age of 12 due to a severe sinus infection. Twenty-three years later, he and his loved ones learned that there’s a procedure that may be able to restore his vision. I know that this is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but this cause is a great one to consider if you’re feeling generous. For more information, visit his fundraising site and contribute if your heart desires.
For the month of October, I will be donating ad sales revenue to Ian’s fundraiser. Please contact me for more information!
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