Jenny Wright



Growing Pains

Growing Pains

Talking to a new friend today, I was telling her how busy this particular day was. We had to be at this place and that, I needed to be somewhere else, and although I was sure we’d get it all together, it was going to be a little nuts. She agreed and understood, recalling the […]

No Dice

No Dice

Our kids are in the middle of a game addiction. They want to play any and all games. Anyone can be an opponent. I think the dog’s even been asked. I shouldn’t be surprised that my kids love games. We played Pictionary and Sorry! all the time when I was little. We’d fight about who […]

15 in 5

15 in 5

1. Arts in the Heart was record-breaking this year. The crowds were large but manageable. It was hot, but the beers and shave ices were plentiful. Great job, Sallie and Brenda and the rest of the Greater Augusta Arts Council and steering committee. Lots of hours and hard work went in to making it a […]

Be Patient, Patient

Be Patient, Patient

As I’ve said before, waiting rooms are great for people watching. You might not think of them as interesting places, but if you pay attention, you’ll see what I mean. Because it’s mostly quiet, there might be a false sense of privacy. Like, since we speak in hushed tones, we are only partly visible. Not […]

We Saved the A

We Saved the A

Surely you’ve heard by now. I supposed it’s entirely possible to have missed it, if you aren’t on Facebook, don’t turn on the TV or have been under a rock. Many of us wanted it and fought for it. We were relentless with signs and stickers and awareness. Anyone with a platform wrote and talked […]

A Better Way?

A Better Way?

Many of you have stopped to ask me about how things are at Davidson. “How’s middle school?” “Is The Boy loving DFA?” In a nutshell, yes. I think so. Things are so different. Gone are the days of surprising him for lunch. I think he goes to his locker a few times per day. I […]

15 in 5

15 in 5

1. To my friend Gabby: your list is so much more interesting than mine. I wish I was in Paris writing a list. 2. Historically, Augusta has been called Paris of the South, because of its former status as resort town to folks from the North who’d vacation here. Some sources say President Woodrow Wilson […]

Play Nice

Play Nice

Editor’s Note: Please enjoy this column from last year while Jenny recovers from a minor injury. The Girl had her first major run in with a mean girl last week. We knew she would be fine, but, for a few days, she was deeply hurt by the actions of her classmate. She was forgiving but […]

Park You

Park You

September in Augusta is busy, y’all. The sticky heat starts subsiding, and we all want to be outside. Here’s a bit of good news. There’s a lot going on around here! One weekend, jam packed with events, sparked a big discussion on a local information Facebook page. If you want to check it out, search […]

I Feel Your Pain

I Feel Your Pain

I know, I know. Carpool is a b*!@#! Your school’s carpool takes the longest. The carpool line outside of your neighborhood is the worst. No one understands what you’re going through. Yes we do. We all do. I hate to bring carpool up for a second or third time in as many years, but believe […]