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Forbes Traveler gives a great shout out to the Wren’s Nest in its latest incarnation of Atlanta Insider. Check out the Underrated section. Big ups, Forbes. And from the look of the article, I’m totally famous now. I promise not to let it get to my head, but if you would please now call me “the Great Revitalizer” instead of “Lain,” that would be more appropriate. Most kidding aside, a non-profit like the Wren’s Nest
It makes sense, right? The house is old. It is a little spooky. Folks died here a long time ago. What else do you need? I don’t know for sure, but the good people at the Georgia Ghost Society might. Apparently, there have been “reports of paranormal activity taking place at the Wren’s Nest.” Maybe the activity is related to our alarm sounding at random. Or maybe the little boy asking about ghosts on Friday
This site is going to be a little light on the frills for the moment, until I figure out how to be an artistic genius, anyway. Or maybe I don’t have to. One of the things that I learn again and again at the Wren’s Nest is that a good lot of people would like to help out non-profits if only they knew how. Trouble is, many can’t or don’t like giving money, so they’re
Soon this will be the home of the day to day happenings at the Wren’s Nest. Stay tuned for totally awesome content like the differences between Neil Patrick Harris and Joel Chandler Harris, as well as only slightly less awesome content such as issues in historic preservation.

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