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Savannah on my Mind

I’ve been in Savannah less than 24 hours and I’ve already satisfied three desires:

1. I had shrimp and grits (less than 20 minutes after landing) at the big and bawdy 700 Drayton restaurant at the Mansion hotel on Forsyth Park.
Verdict: Usually I prefer a cream sauce but this one had a gravy, which was also nice, if rich, and the mushrooms rounded it out nicely.

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2. I saw Spanish Moss, everywhere, dripping from live oak trees that canopy the streets. Tip: Don’t take any home, I learned that chiggers live in there. Ick.

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3. I bought something. A kelly-green DVF dress to be exact. At a cute boutique called Bleu Belle on the great shopping strip of Broughton Street. (Shhhh, don’t tell my husband.)

I’m in Savannah to speak on a Design Blog Panel at the Savannah College of Art and Design’s SCAD Style event. Tomorrow I’ll be speaking with Katie Runnels of The Constant Gatherer and Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge. Come see us at 4 p.m. in the Pei Ling Chan Gallery.

More on Savannah to come …

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4 Comments

  1. tigereclipse3

    savannah seems like a very relaxing place to visit
    i enjoy the ohi valley inn. in los angeles. it has golfing, and fine gourmet dining. and beutifull music,playing throuhg out the ohi valley inn.
    the sweets are professionaly decorated with style
    and taist. at the ohi valley inn you feel relaxed.
    please read my blog traveling inn style, tigereclipse3

  2. Hey Carrie! nice to meet you amidst the moss at the gate tonight 🙂 Good luck tomorrow!
    Chris

  3. Hi Carrie, I came to the blog panel discussion yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for all the great information for a beginning blogger like me! 🙂 Silke
    P.S. I am glad you enjoyed Savannah!

  4. Katie Runnels

    Hi Carrie!
    I had such a fantastic time meeting you guys! I hope we stay in touch! xo

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