Georgia General Assembly
Legislative Day 28, also know as Crossover Day, is a specific day in the legislative calendar. A bill must 'crossover' to the other chamber on or before the 30th day, or it may not be considered by that chamber during the remainder of the legislative session.
There are ethics guidelines that you need to be aware of although most do not apply to citizen lobbyists.
Make sure to contact your legislator ahead of time to schedule a time and bring along a younger member of your family or friend to share the experience.
Many media sources and research groups pull statistics of phone calls and emails to representatives when trying to determine public support for a specific bill. Simply logging a quick phone call or email to say "yes, I support this" or "no, I don't" goes a long way.
Above all, it's important to remember that legislators work for their constituents. The majority are well-meaning public servants who want to improve the quality of life for residents in their districts and work a full-time job on top of their service as a legislator. They don't know where their district stands on an issue unless they hear from the people they represent!