Hot Blogs: Father's Arms, Moonlight and Music, It's a Buyer’s Market and Heming's Way

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Don’t miss what “Local Voices” had to say this week on our local Patches. Below are some Northeast Georgia blogs that got people talking this week. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your two cents in!

Loganville-Grayson Patch blogger posted this week a heart wrenching blog about a father and what he endures as his daughter fights for her life. Brooks references his own daughter Ruthanne as well as 24-year-old Aimee Copeland from Gwinnett, who was injured in a recent zip line accident.

Whether you live in the immediate Lawrenceville area or just nearby you will want to check out this blog post by . Burns details the 2012 summer lineup for Moonlight and Music in downtown Lawrenceville. This free concert series will run from May to September and is free to everyone. Bring a chair, stop in and enjoy the music.

Oconee Patch blogger discusses how real estate sales in Oconee County are on the upswing. Leiden uses this post to update the community on the sold and listed figures for the county as well as advises that the real estate world is still a buyer’s market.

Patch blogger is heading out of town to write a couple of books in the Keys and South Florida. Taylor relays his preparations for the trip and what he hopes to find while he is there. Read how Taylor plans to follow in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway and search for a better end while on this adventure to South Florida.

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