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A Gift

Flowers remind me of how precious the gift of time is.  Flowers live and die with or without your being there but if you catch them in bloom they can brighten your day.  36 more words

Brownsville

Santa's Coming!

So I can’t remember the story I was told to make me believe that Santa would find me in the projects (even though we didn’t have a chimney) but for a brief time I did believe in Santa. 35 more words

Brownsville

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving is always a happy time for my family. My mom has 4 siblings, and they all come to my grandparents’ home for every holiday. This time my mom’s first cousins joined us as well. 131 more words

Photography

No Green Thumb

I remember in 3rd grade we had an assignment where we were supposed to grow roots from a bean surrounded by cotton.  We watered the cotton and that was supposed to make  the bean’s roots grow. 99 more words

Facing Forward

A Good Space

Sometimes when I walk through NYC I come across things that completely surprise me.  It can be a small park I didn’t know was there, a very interesting tree or garden, a mural or a statue.  24 more words

Brownsville

Officer Involved In Deadly Brownsville Confrontation Released From Hospital

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An officer involved in a deadly confrontation in Brooklyn was released from the hospital Sunday.

Officer Andris Bisono was released from the Jamaica Hospital Center Sunday. 288 more words

News

New Podcast Episode: Margaret Sanger NYC Sites, Day 1 Part 1, and a 100 Year Anniversary

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Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

I start the morning preparing my itinerary for the day as I fortify myself with coffee and the first half of a sandwich. 264 more words

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