Monthly Archives: May 2008

Photo page added

Blog update: I’ve added a slide show of recent photos to the blog. If you’re an email subscriber, you’ll find it on the main blog page here. Click the tab at the top of the page that says PHOTOS. As … Continue reading

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The painful reality of war

Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are needing to tell their stories to deal with the trauma. It’s the story that no one wants to hear, but the hard and painful truth is that war is hell for everyone. A … Continue reading

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After the trailers, where?

A boy stands in the FEMA Diamond travel trailer park May 23, 2008 in Port Sulphur, Louisiana. FEMA federal trailer parks that house many Hurricane Katrina victims are set to close May 31, prompting fears that people will be forced … Continue reading

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A walk on the wild side

If you can handle the heights, this video is amazing, but I had to grip my chair to watch it. Originally built in 1901, this walkway now serves as an approach to Makinodromo, the famous climbing sector of El Chorro, … Continue reading

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The R Word

It’s a horrible word and a horrific act. Rape is violence, without a doubt, and yet it is confusing to those of us who have never had to deal with it or its after effects. Confusing because the violence is … Continue reading

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