If 20-year-old Savannah H. from McDonough, Georgia was any cuter she’d be a fluffy little bunny named Peaches, which is ironic because Savannah has a fluffy little bunny named Peaches. This self-described country girl loves her cowboy boots and is currently a college student while part-timing at her Grandpa’s hardware store. Yes, you heard right. She’s a 20-year-old, blonde-hair, brown-eyed, cowboy boot wearin’ Georgia girl named Savannah who has a bunny named Peaches, goes to college and works part-time in her gramp’s hardware store.
Where do we find these girls? Just sounds too good to be true?
In a way it is. You see, before you make plans to hop on the next plane down to Atlanta and roll on over to McDonough, you should know that sweet Savannah is, as they like to say down here, already spoken for. And since we’re nice guys we’ll even pimp her beau, Danny Moore, who’s a singer/songwriter down in these here neck o’ the woods. You can see where he’s playing and check out a tune or two over at www.dannymooremusic.com.
And while her love of poker is certainly a plus, let’s just say she had us at “a fluffy little bunny named Peaches.”
If you’re looking for Savannah over at MySpace, be warned that she’s set her profile on private, and probably for good reason, ’cause as Chops likes to say “MySpace is creepy.” And if you go there and it says her age is 14, don’t worry we haven’t lost our minds. On MySpace that is the only way to make your profile private (and again for good reason), and we do know for a fact that Savannah is 20 as she lives just down the way from the WCP office and we were lucky enough to meet her before this whole “
Ya might be from Georgia if…
– Sweet tea is THE drink.
– “Ya’ll” is a regularly used word.
– Atlanta is known as “The City.”
– You know the difference between a hillbilly, a redneck, and a Southerner.
– You go to Walmart in the middle of the night just for fun.
– You know what a ‘dawg’ is.
– Your whole town completely shuts down for 1 inch of snow or just the threat of snow.
– You know at least three streets named “Peachtree.”
– It is not a shopping cart, it is a buggy.
– People actually grow, eat and like okra!
– You’ve ever had to switch from “heat” to “A/C” in the same day.
– You use “fix” as a verb. Example: “I’m fixing to go to the store.”
– All the festivals across the state are named after a fruit, vegetable, grain, insect or animal.
– You know all four seasons: Almost Summer, Summer, still Summer and Christmas.
– You describe the first cool snap (below 70 degrees) as good pinto-bean weather.
– You understand these jokes.