In this double issue of Augusta Family, we feature Paige Tucker’s Christmas Eve mishap in her Mom to Mom column, Kim Beaver’s Winter Fresh Salad, Dustin Turner’s Inspiration Station and the magic of Greubel’s Mixed Martial Arts program along with many other columns.

Getting in alignment with the true spirit of the holidays, we also feature Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church ’s 8th annual Reid on the Run on February 2, honoring the life and memory of Sarah Rhoads.

There is something really magical and beautiful about winter. Bright chilly mornings and the clean vivid smell of cold travels straight to your lungs, making you feel rejuvenated and alive. You can forget the need for a beach body and eat all the comfort food you want during the winter months. You can cozy up and wrap yourself in comfy jackets, sweaters and scarves. In childhood, winter is a time of glitter and sparkle and the fairytale soon turns to sequin holiday dresses and a time for ballets and operas.

Of course here in the CSRA, there is always the hope for the magic of snow. Snow is just so beautiful, it covers everything and makes for a pitctureque panaroma. For you and yours this season, I wish you awareness of the beauty and tiny magic everywhere.

Until February,

Renee Williams

This article appears in the December 2018/January 2019 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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