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A Piece of Asheville, By Beverly Hicks Burch

A Rhododendron in Asheville, NC in May I happened to snap this picture with my cell phone on my way out of Wal-Mart in Asheville, NC about a month ago. I couldn’t resist. Rhododendrons are some of my favorite plants…it’s a shame they bloom only in the spring, but oh, what a sight to look… Continue reading A Piece of Asheville, By Beverly Hicks Burch

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Speeding Down a Country Road at 70 (sometimes) MPH, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Speeding Down a Country Road at 70 (sometimes) MPH By Beverly Hicks Burch Last week after spending some time with my folks we drove up to Asheville, NC. The portion of the drive between East Tennessee (where I was born) and Asheville is one of my favorite drives in the country. I had been dozing… Continue reading Speeding Down a Country Road at 70 (sometimes) MPH, by Beverly Hicks Burch

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No Place Like Home…In More Ways Than One, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Why are we so stupid when we’re young? We spend wasted time…days, months even years pursuing the hubris of youth. Time is spent on things that in the grander scheme of life mean absolutely nothing in the long run. We can never, never ever get back that lost time and all of the experiences we… Continue reading No Place Like Home…In More Ways Than One, by Beverly Hicks Burch