In Honor of Dr. King

WordPress will not let me re-blog or add photos right now but here are the posts I want to share again today. Maybe you saw them before but in case you didn’t…

Please do comment. I feel so alone with this these days….



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Thought a blog might help me develop better writing habits so I could finally finish my book, 16 years in the writing, but so far it's mostly photos and FUN!

5 thoughts on “In Honor of Dr. King”

    1. I don’t know but the last time I got “help” they told me I simply needed a new computer???? Sometimes posting is a breeze, but others, everything gets stuck, frozen, or deletes itself. YIKES!

      I love blogging on WordPress, I love the whole community and the friends I have made here, so I won’t give up.

      But sheesh, it is so frustrating sometimes!

  1. Thank you for sharing your story. Such a meaningful gift on this Martin Luther King Day
    I feel deeply moved by the pieces you wrote about your time in Fairfield and by the song about Rosa, Martin and Barack. How vivid the images are. I am grateful for your sharing, for how clearly you describe your experience in the moment and the perspective you got over time. Like the realization that you were being protected from being harmed by white people.
    That time seems so far away and your writing brings it all back as if it were yesterday!
    Reading your pieces was like witnessing an awakening, a beautiful shift in awareness, consciousness. And seeing this being passed on to your grandsons, the flame officially fanned, fills me with inspiration and hope.

    I imagine you feel frustrated and discouraged by what is happening with WordPress and would like for this to be resolved easily and efficiently. I hope WP is supporting you to make this happen.

    1. Wow, thanks so much for your wonderful comment. I feel so seen and heard, especially about my grandsons. Their young years are already filled with such a different collection of harsh realities than I had to face in the world. I can only hope that how I live can provide some kind of model for their ability to make good and loving choices in their lives.

      Thanks again.

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