Christmas In Savannah 2010

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As the temperatures dropped down into the low 20’sF for a couple of nights I knew that some of the fountains would get ice in them. Wow, this may be as close as it gets to looking like winter other than some types of our trees losing their leaves. During December at night temperatures are usually in the 40’sF so there is not much chance of a white Christmas here in Savannah. So I grabbed my camera and headed down to historic downtown Savannah hoping to catch some winter looks being that’s the way we generally picture Christmas. It was 22F degrees with the wind blowing above 12 knots and had been gusting 16 to 22 knots during the night. Yes! Good chance that people will look cold and along with all the Christmas decorations and people shopping it will look like Christmas in the South. With the store fronts decorated, red bows, and garland on the light poles, it reminds me of being a child again on Broughton Street during Christmas. Ok, there were not so many people in 22F degree weather; after all we are more use to being in short sleeve shirts and maybe a light jacket in December. Then I could not wait to get home and open my camera to see what was inside, as if it was a tightly wrapped Christmas gift. Cool, people moving very fast, a mother taking the hand of her daughter, I like that “love,” now that’s what Christmas is all about, love. I wonder how many times Mary took the hand of Jesus when He was growing-up. There were so few people shopping and I was wanting to video people with big shopping bags full of presents. Look, a man with a bag, oh, it’s a little bag not sure this will get the point across I remember thinking as I pushed record. But to my surprise when I opened my camera I found that little bag was from Paula Deen’s. Paula Deen, you know The Lady and Sons Restaurant lady and Paula’s Home Cooking on the Food Network channel, that may be a little bag but it will have some big surprises inside and delicious too. Quick stop over into old City Market and see if people are shopping there. Humm, kind of slow here too, but the horses look warm. Speaking of warm, one warm day I believe I will take one of those horse drawn tours of the Historic District. I am starting to get cold and ready for something warm to eat so made a trip over to Clary’s Café. It was a great choice for lunch, a cup of hot chicken soup with lots of vegetables and half a turkey sandwich. Now I’m ready to face the rest of the day, so it’s off to River Street. Stopped to talk to one of the street musicians, I’ll be back to film him another day but it’s getting late so a quick shot of the River Street Sweets candy store, yumm world famous pralines and a nice big Christmas wreath over the door. Once upon a time I had my workshop above where the candy store is today. I looked up at that old window and remembered sitting in that window many mornings watching the river and the tide going and coming, waiting on no one, just doing its thing. Being it’s getting late I’ll cross the big bridge and film the sun setting down behind the cityscape from Hutchinson Island and maybe a boat will pass too. That should be a great way to end this video. END THE VIDEO! WITH A SUN SET! Oh no you don’t, you haven’t got to the real Christmas story. So the next day I began to look for a live Nativity. Yes, Google to the rescue, a link to the White Bluff United Methodist Church on White Bluff Road, their website provided me with a phone number. Quick phone call and a very nice lady answered the phone. Lois was her name and we had a very nice talk about the importance of the Nativity and the fact that that is what Christmas is all about. Merry Christmas Everybody! Thanks To: The wonderful citizens of Savannah Georgia. Mansion On Forsyth Park www.Mansiononforsythpark.com Gaucho www.gauchosav.com The Paris Market www.theparismarket.com 24e Furnishings and Design www.24estyles.com River Street Sweets www.riverstreetsweets.com White Bluff United Methodist Church www.wbumc.com