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Humans of Athens: Ann and Terry Archer

Inspired by the popular Humans of New York blog, Flagpole editorial interns Ryan Kor and Laura James are setting out to profile the people who make Athens, Athens. Check back every Tuesday for a new post.

Photo Credit: Laura James

WHO: Ann and Terry Archer, 62 and 63

Flagpole: If you could wake up anywhere tomorrow, where would it be and why?

Ann Archer: Savannah, because I love the history.

FP: If you could tell your 20-year-old self anything, what would it be?

AA: I was married at 20, so I’d say… things will get better.

FP: What are your occupations?

Terry Archer: I am a poultry farmer, I raise chickens. About 76,000 of them.

AA: I stay at home and pay the bills. I’m the secretary, I guess. Secretary and treasurer.

FP: How did the two of you meet?

TA: We went to school together.

AA: Commerce High School. 

TA: But we met in elementary school.

AA: It was in the 10th grade that we started dating.