With these low 60s degree mornings now a pretty regular thing, there’s little doubt that Fall has finally arrived in Atlanta. To celebrate, let’s start the day off with a totally overdone, but still somewhat widely loved food (or food like) item. Pumpkin!
Pie, latte, beer or any of the numerous lay ridiculous Trader Joe’s pumpkin inspired food items.
From the September Decatur Focus…
Recycle your old electronics and styrofoam and safely shred and recycle your documents all in one place. it’s simple and convenient. Just drop off your recyclables 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (sorry, early drop-offs are not possible.)
Since we started in 2005, we’ve diverted more than 1,000,000 pounds of electronics from landfills. contact sean Woodson at 404-377-5571 or email@example.com for more information and last-minute updates, or visit decaturga.com/electronicsrecycling.
this is a great opportunity to ensure that your important personal documents are dis- posed of properly. aaa security shredding provides secure on-site document shredding, and all shredded documents will be 100 percent recycled. Most document types are ac- ceptable, including bills, invoices, correspondence, canceled checks, tax records, financial statements, purchase orders, and blueprints and maps.
these items cannot be shredded: cardboard, glass, plastic, magazines, napkins, news- papers, paper cups and plates, plastic or sprial-bound notebooks, phonebooks, three-ring binders, and trash.
• Make sure foam has the “6” symbol on it
• rinse and separate food service containers from other foam • No straws, lids, tape or stickers
• No foam peanuts or insulation material
I admit a personal need to get some feedback on this one.
A recent photo essay on The Bitter Southerner got me thinking that I really need to up my photo editing and organization game. I know there are some quality photographers out there. You send me great photos frequently! What all works for you?
Also perhaps we should separate this out between casual user and photo enthusiast?
The dog pictured to the left was found this morning on Arborcrest Drive in Decatur, unable to move, probably due to having been hit by a car. Compassionate folks stayed with him and the pooch is now under the care of the Lifeline Project folks at the DeKalb County Animal Services.
The dog did not have a collar and is not microchipped. If you recognize this dog, please direct his owners to http://dekalbanimalservices.com/
UPDATE: here’s his DCAS profile