Kenda Williams

freelance writer and journalist – Savannah, Georgia

A glance at summer writing August 11, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kenda Williams @ 10:39 am

The funny thing about summertime is how easy it can be to fall behind when vacations take over your otherwise work schedule! Vacations are much needed, however, and I’m happy to say I’ve made several trips this summer. I visited friends and family in Arkansas, Florida and Alabama – all southern states and all blessed with good people, nice music, amazing food and lovely scenery. Growing up in the South, I can be a little biased, but who can blame me? šŸ™‚

Here are a few articles of mine that were published in the past month or so. More to come, so keep your eyes open!

Shirley Daughtry is such a sweet lady and allowed me to take a tour through her organic garden – Heritage Organic Farms in Effingham County – and interview her for a job profile.

The Savannah Children’s Choir was invited to perform in England at the annual Somerset International Youth Choral Festival. These kids are so talented!

City Market in the downtown Savannah historic district is always filled with fun things to do and see as well as an abundance of creative local and regional artists. ArtSquared kicked off its weekend with events at City Market, which included the gallery of one of my favorite artists, Vicci Waits. Her paintings are absolutely awe-inspiring and so lovely, filled with Tuscan countryside scenes with yellow Italian sunflowers and red poppies.

My article on ‘green/eco-friendly businesses in Savannah’ also graced the front page of the Aug. 5 Business in Savannah journal, which unfortunately can’t be accessed online, but if you’d like a copy, let me know.


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