Tag: history

Dad’s “Magic”- A Guest Post by Linda (My Mom)

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 Dad’s “Magic”- A Guest Post by Linda (My Mom)


Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgic

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!

Thirty-Nine Years Old

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 Thirty-Nine Years Old