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Mardi Gras

Bright lights, screaming children, masks, floats, Moon Pies, and lots and lots of BEADS.

Mardi Gras is such a unique holiday that can only be experienced at its fullest in one way.. 411 more words


My brother died and

no one told me.  Yeah, I was irritated and sad.

His birthday is today.  In January I decided that I would try to find an address for him and send a card and a check.  743 more words


The Evening Post: Mobile / New Orleans Mardi Gras Billboard Twitter Fight

As you know, New Orleans hosts big Mardi Gras parties each year.  But did you know that Mobile started Mardi Gras?  It did!  So, a billboard put up in New Orleans told everyone you are a short drive away from America’s original Mardi Gras.  247 more words

The Evening Post Stuff

Southern Groups Continue to Seek New Service

Work to launch Amtrak service between Atlanta and Fort Worth, Texas, is continuing, but passenger train advocates said it is taking a back seat to the long-stalled efforts to restore service to the Gulf Coast between New Orleans and Jacksonville, Florida. 270 more words

Other News

2018 and a new start

On January 31, 2017 I officially became the Interim Music Minister at Dauphin Way United Methodist Church. For the next six months I plan to share my experiences as I attempt to do my best job possible. 153 more words


Outdoor Adventure Skills Class

Nature Connect Alabama is hosting an Outdoor Adventure Skills Class for homeschool students at the Village Point Park Preserve on March 7, 2018, from 9 AM to 1 PM. 221 more words


Art Classes

Registration for Winter classes is now open at Marnee’s Studio, a new art gallery in midtown Mobile, AL.  I will be teaching two classes, 73 more words