Will this really keep them out? One afternoon last summer I was making my way down an alley in Savannah Georgia when I noticed this sign. Later I learned that Savannah, at least by many residents, is considered the most haunted city in the country. … Read More . . .
Reader, in light of the current political climate, I liked coming across this brick and tree. Neither’s backing down. Each is holding its own against the other. Sure there’s tension, but the two are, at this point, coexisting. I hope after November 8th, the U.S. can … Read More . . .
You can’t go wrong with this animal. Reader, when I need a quick “placeholder” post, sometimes I put up goat pictures. So here’s Merry. I met her last month on a farm in Fairhope, Alabama. The farmer, introducing my daughter Hayley … Read More . . .
Reader, here’s the last post from my several weeks in New Orleans. I’m including it because: It’s October, the month of wandering spirits, benign and otherwise. It reminds me of something you hear if you spend any time in New Orleans: Heads … Read More . . .