My Photo

Books on the Beam

  • Carlos Ruiz Zafon: The Shadow of the Wind (*****)
  • Sheron Long: Dog Trots Globe (*****)
  • Jeffrey Penn May: Where the River Splits (*****)
  • Joseph Joffo: A Bag of Marbles (*****)
  • Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.: The Fall of Freddie the Leaf-A Story of Life for All Ages (*****)
  • Richard Bach: Illusions-The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah (*****)
  • Thad Carhart: The Piano Shop on the Left Bank-Discovering a Forgotten Passion in a Paris Atelier (*****)
  • Rick Jarow: Creating the Work You Love (*****)


  • Bienvenue to La Galerie Dans La Cave
    Welcome to La Galerie Dans la Cave
Blog powered by Typepad

« Safely Settled | Main | My Friend Harry »

February 12, 2010


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Laury Bourgeois

It doesn't get out of our systems does it? I told many of my friends that there are very few things I ever feel I need to go back for...this time I really wanted to be there for the Superbowl and to see Mitch win in the primary! Both very good things for New Orleans! I'm thrilled! I'm thrilled that I can still post too! Love, Laury


Laury, I too was in tears watching the game. Thank god for Drew Brees. we kept getting e-mails from our dear friend Sharon in NO preceding the game and after the game. She sent You Tube links and links to articles from the Picayune. I just cried every time I saw one of these videos with people clearly overjoyed and transformed. It's times like this that I can say organized sports has the power to heal and equalize a people. Those moments are few and far between but that night was clearly one of them!

BTW, glad your travels have been safe and you are able to post!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Most Recent Photos

  • 20230807_095735
  • 20230806_105854
  • 20230804_182653
  • 20230804_095518
  • 20230803_075450
  • 20230802_125750
  • 20230802_115848
  • 20230802_074035~2
  • 20230801_171119
  • 20230801_170838
  • 20230801_082604
  • 20230801_082258