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The Corona Spring Break

Being a parent, the wellbeing of your children should always be high priority. As much as I would have loved to travel last week for spring break, COVID-19 told me stay home. There wasn’t even a need to leave Grenada for Sam’s Club or Costco since many of you bought up all the tissue any…

Some Things Never Change

Have you ever cursed or heard a parent do it when approaching a railroad crossing? Sure they can slow you up from getting to your destinations. I can tell you that it never really bothers me. Every since I was a child I have been fascinated with trains. We lived near a railroad track and…

A Ruined Opportunity

I have lived in Mississippi all but thirteen years of my life. It’s not that I’m particularly old, because I’m not, but there are many areas of the state that I still haven’t explored. When locals think about traveling, many think about leaving the state. I can tell you there are many great destinations worth…

Chakchiuma Swamp

I’ve been visiting Chakchiuma Swamp at least monthly for almost six months now and I still find it hard to pronounce and spell check is no better when typing. What isn’t hard to do is to see or hear something new with each visit. I’m not sure Robin Whitfield ever intended to put the paint…

Grenada Christmas Parade 2017

Last year I attended the Grenada Christmas Parade for the first time in over a decade. It was my first opportunity to enjoy it since moving back from Alabama. It was on a weekday as it traditionally was. I don’t know whether the parade organizers or St. Nick himself had the great idea to change…

Grenada Pop-Up Choir » Shedrick Flowers PhotographyDecember 7, 2017 - 2:33 pm

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