Hi Everyone! I'm still busy NaNo-ing. So far I'm doing well and I'm on track to finish. "Embracing the suck," as they say. In the meantime, WOAW keeps chugging along with a guest post by my mother, Linda. You may recall that I wrote this post about my grandfather, my Gido. That's my mom's dad.... Continue Reading →
This week's Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge is to show "Nostalgic." You can see the post here. I thought books, especially old books like this set on our shelf, would work. Have a nice weekend!
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was only thirty-nine years old when he was assassinated. 39. But wow, did he live a lot of life in those thirty-nine years. Born on January 15, 1929, Dr. King attended segregated schools in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating high school at age fifteen. He then attended and graduated from Morehouse College, and... Continue Reading →