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Thank you, Missie, for spotlighting this lovely little nature trail in your newspaper column. I’ve lived here since 2002, and did not know that it existed. Our family loves to discover new places to take a quiet stroll, and commune … Continue reading
Today, my husband was off of work. We went out to lunch at the Rusty Pelican. The kids love to get the bottled Abita Root Beer there. We love their crab cakes as they are the best around! Afterward, we … Continue reading
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I hope you enjoy the pictures I’ve taken over the years of my church and its beautiful grounds. These are of Our Lady of the Lake in Mandeville, Louisiana.
The challenge this week is “anything that catches your eye! While I was out surveying the damage from the tropical storm, I did snap some photos of some pleasant images while photographing the flooding. My favorite – a rooster … Continue reading
The Tchefuncte River overflows its banks on Water Street in Downtown Madisonville, LA, an effect of Tropical Storm Lee, September 4, 2011. A block off of Lake Pontchartrain in Old Mandeville Old Mandeville Carroll Street – Where our school’s … Continue reading
Look what I found in Old Mandeville today! It has to be one of the most unusual flowers I’ve ever seen. God’s handiwork can really be astonishing! Hope it brings a smile to your face! “Therefore I tell you, do … Continue reading