Ginger

Ginger Howard is a small business owner and conservative activist who has been involved in the Republican party for many years. She owns a ladies' boutique in Buckhead, in the heart of Atlanta.

Posts by Ginger

United we Stand?

United we Stand?

I am getting more and more concerned about our great nation, the United States of America.  The word united speaks for itself. The dictionary’s definition for unite: “to bring or come together for a common cause, action.”  It also defines it as “to join together so as to make as one.” When a tragedy in
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The least of these

The least of these

For the past five years around Christmas, I have gone down to help with a homeless ministry called 7 Bridges. The ministry gets its name from its founder, Pastor Seven and the seven bridges that it ministers to throughout Atlanta.  I usually take a large group of young people, girls and guys. Many who have
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A Thankful Thanksgiving!

A Thankful Thanksgiving!

“Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise;  give thanks to Him and praise His name.”  Psalm 100:4 This Thanksgiving truly was one of the best I can remember with my family.  My 97 years young Na Na invited everyone to her home for the holiday.  All of her children and all but
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Make a Difference!

Make a Difference!

This past week I have been stretched way outside of my  Buckhead  bubble.  Last Thursday night, I attended a fund-raiser for a ministry that houses unwed teenage mothers.  It was heartbreaking to hear stories of fourteen year old girls being thrown out of their homes for their unwanted pregnancies.  One lady who felt called by
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Victory for the People!

Victory for the People!

“We the People” have spoken loudly and clearly.  Tuesday’s elections  are a direct result of this amazing Republic that we are blessed to live in.  All across America, people used their voice at the ballot box.  It is so encouraging to see such an uprising of great Americans from all walks of life standing as
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Designing Women

Designing Women

Four years ago, when my friend Elisha was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, I went to Boston to accompany her to her chemotherapy.  At the time, Elisha was working with  Sara Campbell, Ltd, a Boston- based clothing designer.  Sara Campbell is a line that I carry exclusively in my store, Ginger Howard Selections. While I was
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True Love

True Love

Last September, I fell in love with not one, but two precious guys, Robert Elder and William Cooledge Howard.  They both weighed a little over three pounds.  My brother and sister-in-law had twins on September 8, 2009.  They live in Savannah, and I was out of town, so I did not get to be there
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Red elephant shoes

Real Grassroots Politics

This week-end we had our Georgia Federation of Republican Women Fall meeting in Macon, Ga.  Saturday, we had a bus tour scheduled for our GFRW women and Austin Scott, candidate for the 8th district  US Congressional seat and Sam Olens, GA candidate for Attorney General.  Senator Johnny Isakson met us in Warner Robins at one
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Birthday Blessings!

Birthday Blessings!

I just celebrated another birthday, and I don’t know if others experience birthday blues, but I did a few weeks before the big day.  I think I put certain expectations on myself and when birthdays come around and those expectations have not been met, I become discouraged.   However, my dearest friends and amazing family
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Welcome!!

Welcome!!

Welcome to my new website and blog.  I am so excited, and I can thank Sarah Vabulas whose name to me is Sarah Fabulous for making this happen.  I am thrilled to have a place to voice my views on faith, family, fashion, politics and whatever else is on my heart at the time. I
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