A hometown Covington GA Christmas Home to The Vampire Diaries

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This historic towering Courthouse is my bones. I was adopted here by Mr. Mayron Fuller of The

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Fuller Family Farms at 1-20 and Almon Road  in the 70’s at this very courthouse.  I was a part of the Courthouse history in the 80’s when Honorable Samuel D. Ozburn represented me as my private family law attorney with Honorable Virgil Costley as juvenile judge presiding at the time. Honorable Ozburn was my personal family law attorney during a family situation in which custody of myself was given to my aunt and uncle, Roxie & Jerry Nunley of Nunley Machining, Kirkland Road Covington. My day’s were spent growing up in the education of Newton County. I attended The little Red School House for private kindergarten, Ficquett Elementary, Sharp Middle, Newton High and Dekalb Technical College where Esquire Virgil Costley was my Paralegal adviser and mentor after him watching me grow up in Newton County. I attended the Business and Legal Office Program of Study at Dekalb Technical College and received my Business and Legal Office degree along with my Paralegal certification in the year 2002 of which I was Esquire John Strauss of the Newton County Public Defender’s office very first intern and got to spend a lot of time at the Courthouse under his direction. The new courthouse was built by this year but I loved being right in town by the Historic courthouse. Those were the glory days that I long for once again and now my education has shifted gears into attending classes to become a Certified Peer Specialist for the State of GA, a therapist of sorts. I was not accepted during this application process and will continue with my classes until I am accepted. I will be making application for other positions with the State and with Newton and Rockdale Mental Health hopefully obtaining employment in a field that I love so much until I am accepted into the training classes by The Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network.

I would often bring my children to visit the historic Square and walk the sidewalks of Floyd Street. I can recall one time specific that I had moved out and moved to Covington with my mother years ago and all the children were living with me and we took very special walks on Floyd Street. I visited just yesterday and got some pretty photography of Floyd Street in the makings of holiday dressing up.

I graduated Esquire John  Strauss Paralegal internship with an A and was so pleased with being able to be on the Square all the time. I have been a regular at Square Perk for several years now and have had the pleasure of getting to know the business owners at every corner of the historic Square. I love spending time with them and the warm hometown feeling that I have when I visit and all the love that is shown to me. Ms. June of Perfect Fit Lingerie promises to will me a photograph that she has hanging in her store of a picture perfect heaven. She is the sweetest and it does not come any sweeter than Ms. June. I visit often and sit and listen to the music on the historic Square from the patio of Square Perk or just hang out in the back on their comfy sofa and have coffee. It has music, towering Magnolia Trees, and of course the clocktower chimes every hour on the hour and you have the beautiful sidewalks of Floyd Street that you can venture down and see all the beauty and glory in Covington. One wonderful book that you can check out at the library is The Glory of Covington. I have my copy and read it often.

I have not only been leaving a legacy in the O.C.G.A. since the beginning of my divorce and with my youngest daughter but my entire adult life has been left in the O.C.G.A. The Official Code of Georgia Annotated. I have been leaving my mark on this state of GA my entire adult life with my older adult daughter’s and in adopting them in 1999 and now with my youngest daughter.

I fully and firmly trust Honorable Ozburn’s decisions, opinions and wishes of the Court. He has worked long and hard on the issues involving my youngest daughter and still feels that a full and open relationship is best through our therapist acting as a conduit until she is ready for a full, open and loving relationship of which was ordered in 2010 and has always been ordered in our favour and behalf. Honorable Ozburn still feels that therapy is important and I find him to be a great mentor and trust his wise decisions and believe in his opinions to the fullest. The problem is Mr. Sasser does not follow Court Order’s, I certainly do not expect him to follow the Court’s opinions and wishes, given my daughter’s age.

The historic Courthouse acts a milestone each and every year of my life in some way or some fashion. I visited a couple of years ago and took a grand tour of the downstairs and was given a history book on all the Courthouses in Georgia and read it occasionally and have blogged of it as I cherish the workbook.

I have intention on taking my class to the historic Courthouse for a grand tour and hopefully getting maintenance to set up a visit inside the clocktower for me so I can get some amazing photography of the inside of the chiming beauty. I plan to put a care package together of View Point Health and the Respect Institute of which I am a graduate of and enlighten the Mental Health Court’s even farther as to the importance of therapy and therapeutic programs and classes and how writing, journaling and blogging are therapeutic in nature. I have been advised that blogging is very therapeutic. I have spent the last ten years of my life working towards a full and loving and open relationship with my daughter’s. I have not ever had any right’s of mine taken, but have experienced alienation and estrangement. I have also NEVER had any wrong doing on my behalf as a mother nor as a wife to even be presented to this State. I have spent the last ten years of my life in The Alcovy Judicial Circuit making  a difference in the law for those that are family violence victims, the parentally alienated, the emotionally or mentally challenged and for parental reunification process by and through therapy led direction. The court hearings have now come to an end and my youngest daughter is on her way to turning 15. A young lady now. We have left a lasting legacy on this state however and I plan to continue leaving good fruits behind.

This historic towering Courthouse is my bones. I was adopted here by Mr. Mayron Fuller of The Fuller Family Farms at 1-20 and Almon Road  in the 70’s at this very courthouse.  I was a part of the Courthouse history in the 80’s when Honorable Samuel D. Ozburn represented me as my private family law attorney with Honorable Virgil Costley as juvenile judge presiding at the time. Honorable Ozburn was my personal family law attorney during a family situation in which custody of myself was given to my aunt and uncle, Roxie & Jerry Nunley of Nunley Machining, Kirkland Road Covington. My day’s were spent growing up in the education of Newton County. I attended The little Red School House for private kindergarten, Ficquett Elementary, Sharp Middle, Newton High and Dekalb Technical College where Esquire Virgil Costley was my Paralegal adviser and mentor after him watching me grow up in Newton County. I attended the Business and Legal Office Program of Study at Dekalb Technical College and received my Business and Legal Office degree along with my Paralegal certification in the year 2002 of which I was Esquire John Strauss of the Newton County Public Defender’s office very first intern and got to spend a lot of time at the Courthouse under his direction. The new courthouse was built by this year but I loved being right in town by the Historic courthouse. Those were the glory days that I long for once again and now my education has shifted gears into attending classes to become a Certified Peer Specialist for the State of GA, a therapist of sorts. I was not accepted during this application process and will continue with my classes until I am accepted. I will be making application for other positions with the State and with Newton and Rockdale Mental Health hopefully obtaining employment in a field that I love so much until I am accepted into the training classes by The Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network.

I would often bring my children to visit the historic Square and walk the sidewalks of Floyd Street. I can recall one time specific that I had moved out and moved to Covington with my mother years ago and all the children were living with me and we took very special walks on Floyd Street. I visited just yesterday and got some pretty photography of Floyd Street in the makings of holiday dressing up.

I graduated Esquire John  Strauss Paralegal internship with an A and was so pleased with being able to be on the Square all the time. I have been a regular at Square Perk for several years now and have had the pleasure of getting to know the business owners at every corner of the historic Square. I love spending time with them and the warm hometown feeling that I have when I visit and all the love that is shown to me. Ms. June of Perfect Fit Lingerie promises to will me a photograph that she has hanging in her store of a picture perfect heaven. She is the sweetest and it does not come any sweeter than Ms. June. I visit often and sit and listen to the music on the historic Square from the patio of Square Perk or just hang out in the back on their comfy sofa and have coffee. It has music, towering Magnolia Trees, and of course the clocktower chimes every hour on the hour and you have the beautiful sidewalks of Floyd Street that you can venture down and see all the beauty and glory in Covington. One wonderful book that you can check out at the library is The Glory of Covington. I have my copy and read it often.

I have not only been leaving a legacy in the O.C.G.A. since the beginning of my divorce and with my youngest daughter but my entire adult life has been left in the O.C.G.A. The Official Code of Georgia Annotated. I have been leaving my mark on this state of GA my entire adult life with my older adult daughter’s and in adopting them in 1999 and now with my youngest daughter.

I fully and firmly trust Honorable Ozburn’s decisions, opinions and wishes of the Court. He has worked long and hard on the issues involving my youngest daughter and still feels that a full and open relationship is best through our therapist acting as a conduit until she is ready for a full, open and loving relationship of which was ordered in 2010 and has always been ordered in our favour and behalf. Honorable Ozburn still feels that therapy is important and I find him to be a great mentor and trust his wise decisions and believe in his opinions to the fullest. The problem is Mr. Sasser does not follow Court Order’s, I certainly do not expect him to follow the Court’s opinions and wishes, given my daughter’s age.

The historic Courthouse acts a milestone each and every year of my life in some way or some fashion. I visited a couple of years ago and took a grand tour of the downstairs and was given a history book on all the Courthouses in Georgia and read it occasionally and have blogged of it as I cherish the workbook.

I have intention on taking my class to the historic Courthouse for a grand tour and hopefully getting maintenance to set up a visit inside the clocktower for me so I can get some amazing photography of the inside of the chiming beauty. I plan to put a care package together of View Point Health and the Respect Institute of which I am a graduate of and enlighten the Mental Health Court’s even farther as to the importance of therapy and therapeutic programs and classes and how writing, journaling and blogging are therapeutic in nature. I have been advised that blogging is very therapeutic. I have spent the last ten years of my life working towards a full and loving and open relationship with my daughter’s. I have not ever had any right’s of mine taken, but have experienced alienation and estrangement. I have also NEVER had any wrong doing on my behalf as a mother nor as a wife to even be presented to this State. I have spent the last ten years of my life in The Alcovy Judicial Circuit making  a difference in the law for those that are family violence victims, the parentally alienated, the emotionally or mentally challenged and for parental reunification process by and through therapy led direction. The court hearings have now come to an end and my youngest daughter is on her way to turning 15. A young lady now. We have left a lasting legacy on this state however and I plan to continue leaving good fruits behind.

I would love to take my class to the historic Square over the holidays but I do not know if I have time to schedule it or not Even though I was not accepted into the training for my Certified Peer Specialist certification I will continue to attend the classes and apply at the next training until I am accepted. Ms. Brenda, my CPS tells me that she was not accepted at first either and she was also not accepted for her latest training that she is working on. She is such the mentor to me and you can see pictures of me and Ms. Brenda with the homemade wreath that I made for The Festival of Trees.

Please have a visit with my blog and watch the dressing up for Christmas unfold on the historic Square. I plan to continue to enlighten and be a part of the court’s history as I plan to educate the court on View Point Health and The Respect Institute of which I am  a proud graduate of and have attended all their training classes.

The courthouse has always been such an important part of my life, I sit this holiday and wonder “What now  Lord, what now?”

Get up to the Square this week and enjoy the sights and sounds of Christmas. I missed Santa Claus yesterday and hope to see him soon. He is out and about around town.

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