Biz Buzz: Dianne Lively Yost
Momma! Hold onto your fishin’ pole! We gotta check out Lake Oconee Living’s Summer Edition before we go catfish fishin’! Honey, y’all are flat gonna flip cartwheels when you see Ricky Jones on the cover all dressed up in his Confederate Re-enactment outfit! Ding dang! Momma, bring me a tissue ‘cause this story told by Amy Bell ‘bout Beach Boy Bruce Johnston and how he found his Morgan County family is a tear-jerker! My favorite Southern story in this issue is the one on Turnwold Plantation in nearby Putnam County! Oh and I flat love the Southern vs. Yankee “War Between the Tastes” story! Y’all get out there and pick up your copy today ‘cause it’s chock full of great stuff! Or better yet . . . call 706-342-7440 and get you and your Momma a subscription to Lake Oconee Living ‘cause honey nothing promotes the Lake Oconee region better than this beautiful magazine!
Back to Cool. Madisonian Michelle Robinette of Mulberry Toys and Mulberry Too wanted me to tell y’all that they’re gearin’ up for the upcomin’ school year with Homework Helpers at Mulberry Too, located right smack in the Morgan County Citizen building in the back! Ok so here’s the deal: They’re gonna have a certified teacher and an additional helper on hand each afternoon (Monday through Thursday) to make sure your child’s homework is complete, daily reading achieved and test preparation is all done! Ding dang! This means I can go fishin’ every single afternoon instead of hollerin’ at my kids ‘bout homework! How perf is that? Oh and the best part is that when your kid finishes homework, they get to have fun with games, science experiments and crafts! Wow! The cost is only $10 per day and must be prepaid monthly or quarterly! Hey, even the school buses will drop off at Mulberry Too! Sign your child up today ‘cause they’re only takin’ a limited number of kids! You can pop by Mulberry Toys on Main Street or call 706-342-7011 to sign up!
What the? Pantsuit outfits are flat back from the 70s! I’m talkin’ ‘bout Town & Country! Honey, owner and Madisonian Ginger Gardner’s done gone and added some fab women’s fashion items to her casual, outdoor’s clothin’ shop! Right! So she’s got really cute and colorful sexy summer pantsuits and some perf short and long strapless and halter dress styles all by Classique!
Oh and those tank dresses will flat have to wait til I’ve lost ‘bout 10 pounds! Y’all head over to Town & Country located at 204 West Washington St., right smack across from the beautiful Town Park in Madison!
Tracy Peabody’s done moved Pantheon and changed its name! That’s right y’all! Tracy of The Real Buckhead, is still located on the Madison Markets campus but she just moved over two spaces down! The new name is Peabody Fine Art & Custom Framing and it’s now open and located at 224 West Washington! Hey it’s still right smack next to Inside Design, just on the other side! Ok so Tracy wanted me to let y’all know that she’s got original art and has access to this really fantastic database so that she can find the art you flat want! Plus she does conservation framin’, preservation framin’, shadow boxes, honey you name it! Oh and Tracy also works with interior designers, does in-house consultations and she’ll even hang your art for you!
Go visit Tracy’s new location today or give her a call at 706-752-0111!