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I am a Weekend Writing Warrior! (& I drop snippets, too)

For the past year and a half I have participated in a weekly blog hop called The Weekend Writing Warriors #8sunday; a few weeks ago I added… 408 more words

Chelle Cordero

Hard work pays off.

Pride – a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements or the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated…

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Wednesday, April 15th-- 43 days and counting

So much has happened. Where do I begin?

This semester in school has been…good. i am at a community college, taking classes in photography, french, and entrepreneurship with kids fresh out of high school (and i’m damn near 30) and i feel like i’m learning more, and really getting more relevant stuff than i did as an undergrad. 488 more words


Dante's Inferno

Before I start this story, let me tell you that when I began “Ten Years Later” and “Chitin’ Circuit” I wanted them to be art projects. 1,277 more words

Ray Laskowitz

Henry Glover Case: Last chance for justice?

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – 10 years later, a mother is still hoping for justice for her son who was killed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.   347 more words


You forgot your couch in Gulfport

I was walking Daisy this morning and we decided to change up the route.  We ended up walking by a couple of empty foundations that I assume are the results of Hurricane Katrina. 80 more words