As far back as I can recall, my dad has been my hero. As a child, he was like my permanent show-and-tell piece. Other kids brought collectible stamps or medals to school – I brought my dad.
Saturday, October 28th; it is 4 a.m. and I am headed down a dark Kentucky back road headed to Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
Recently, Holli and I watched a television show that was based in New Orleans. The show had a Halloween theme.
Today was a happy and sad day. I had lunch with the former Amite Tangi Digest Editor Trish Thames. She was not only my editor she was and is my good friend.
In Louisiana’s early days the French population was entirely male because the colony fell under the jurisdiction of the navy department, and conditions were considered too dangerous for women and c
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