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Senior Savannah follows the journeys of 21st century over-60-year-olds, sharing thoughts on retooling anything and everything; searching out the sweet spots of life at this time.

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October 13, 2019

The idea started with the Hirschfeld prints. Doug inherited these treasured pieces from his father. Albert Hirschfeld was an American caricaturist best known for his black and white portraits of Broadway stars that appeared regularly in the New York Times. Doug’s fathe...

If you have ever had the experience of being at a Bullfight you know that you are not really at a "sporting" event, because that would suggest there is a fair competition going on. The bull is often drugged and has been badly weakened by the lance of the horse-bound pi...

The Masters, one of the four major championships in professional golf and the first of the majors played every year, begins this week. Played annually at the illustrious Augusta National Golf Club, just 100 miles northwest of us here on Skidaway Island, Augusta Nationa...

March 17, 2019

It was June 17, 1994 and Doug had just finished his first stellar round playing the famed St. Andrews golf links in St. Andrews, Scotland. I was not as yet playing golf, but I was permitted to walk the round with Doug and his caddy. It was a typical June day, a little...

February 23, 2019

He liked to sit on his porch and smoke, my father. It was a constant source of frustration that we could never, not even at his last dying breath, get him to quit. He had this little wooden box that held a full carton of his brand, Winston. With handprinted lettering t...

January 20, 2019

I will admit that initially most roaming creatures of Savannah unnerved me. I’m now learning (well, sort of learning) to live with the good, the bad, the downright disgusting, and the fabulous!

A creepy, crawling bug any longer than my thumb is called a palmetto, which...

December 26, 2018

Included in all the good reasons for visiting Ireland is shopping. Particularly if you’ve seen the superb handwoven tweed from the scenic county of Donegal. During a trip in the 1970s my mother-in-law was set on bringing home a few yards. She had plans to make Doug’s f...

December 2, 2018

I do love sterling silver. The way it feels, the shine (when it’s polished), the sheer decadence of it. One of my favorite rituals growing up was to help set the table for one of my mothers legendary parties. My mother, while an outstanding cook, was a champion at tabl...

November 8, 2018

I've wanted to hang a wall of family photos since we first moved to this new home in Savannah, but it took a back seat to the many other projects we've had in the last year. Finally I drug out the 5 enormous boxes of carefully wrapped framed family photos. I had not se...

October 12, 2018

One of our first neighbors to greet us when we moved to The Landings was Phyllis Tildes. She popped a note in our mailbox inviting us to cocktails. The pretty card featured beautifully hand-painted Gerber daisies, which I came to admire in her actual garden when we met...

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