A page right out of Americana
Jan25

A page right out of Americana

My excursions along backroads always reveal two nostalgic sights: the rusting tin and decaying wood of crumbling barns and old pickup trucks beneath sheds.

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Devotion at an abandoned home place
Jan17

Devotion at an abandoned home place

No matter how long, no matter how often you travel a road, it’ll surprise you.

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A nice mess of collards
Jan11

A nice mess of collards

Last week an email from my friend, Pat Branning, known for her gorgeous Shrimp, Collards, & Grits cookbooks, sent me on a quest.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: School Board not listening

It’s as clear and as obvious as the nose on our faces that the school board had finalized plans to consolidate St. Johns and Rosenwald schools.

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The rivers of the Southeast I cross
Dec29

The rivers of the Southeast I cross

Rivers make me say things out loud. As I drive alone over a river I often say its name.

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Things I have left undone
Dec20

Things I have left undone

Each Christmas, my mind goes back to a June day in Valdosta, Georgia.

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