For Savannah Morning News Evil COVID-19 isn’t stopping southerners from grabbing a mask and hitting up holiday events, tailgating and gift-giving! In my busiest week of the year, I grabbed my hand sanitizer and face cover then hit the road for some much needed holiday cheer. Kicking off my week is an invite from Joseph and Deborah Lee to attend McDonough’s annual Christmas party. Still looking over my shoulder expecting to see Billy Lee, I am overjoyed to see his legacy is alive and well with his son and daughter welcoming generations of family and friends into their 33-year-old bar. “We have struggled to keep jobs for all of our employees and even with an increase in holiday business, we are worried for what January and February will bring,” shares Deborah. With a virtual hug, a plate full of chicken and waffle and a promise to share the news of their full Christmas dinner, I leave the iconic bar with hopes that we all make it through this wicked year. Next up is a Jeep caravan cruise through John Wesley Villas to honk at, wave and yell out our love for nine veterans sitting safely away from each other. Here is a huge shout out to Alan Kaplan and his team — the fabulous Tuesday Murphy and Nick Long for making sure that our seniors are spotlighted while recognizing Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Out at the 67-year-old Savannah State Farmers Market, I catch up with Local Farmbag owner Steve […]