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MLK

MLK

Yesterday was Martin Luther King Jr Day. Some marched while others simply enjoyed a holiday. The fine folks in Biloxi declared it “Great Americans Day” in a slight to the Civil Rights leader who laid down his life. The great tragedy is that we are still divided in this Country. […]

Neighboring Without Limits

The voices bellowing through the door were filled with unmistakable laughter. Sheila from my old neighborhood is full of life and her laugh is infectious and uniquely hers. I came out of my room to hug her and her three beautiful daughters, mostly grown now.  We all paused to catch […]

Jail Break

My neighborhood webpage posted an alert discussing two dogs on the loose, complete with a picture of the culprits…that I readily recognized.  Soon after, I received a text sent by a true neighbor who had found the dogs returned them to my house, and took a picture of the hole […]

Neighbors

We stood in our neighbor’s back yard with a bevy of other neighbors and friends for what was dubbed “Fiesta Party”.  We milled around and met a few neighbors we had not had the chance to encounter; as well as, mingled with some we knew. Some friends, who live directly […]