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Well, I had finally made it to Georgia. Before me, like a white beacon in a sea of grass off the highway stood the Butler House, an impressive three story plantation house and soon to be home. It was with trepidation that I walked into my new dwelling, a box of books in one arm and a bag of clothes in the other.
I had researched this place already and learned quite a bit about its impressive history. The house itself was rebuilt in 1925, but the plantation had once been one…Continue
Ever since I received my offer for my position in Georgia about a month ago, my life has been a whirlwind. If you don't believe me, let me just give you a run down on the events leading up to my arrival in the Georgian Golden Isles.
I receive the offer a week before April. I lived the last six year of my life in Northern California where I went to college. It is a beautiful and secluded place about three hours from any form of civilization and eight hours from where my family lives…Continue