Saturday, October 29, 2005


Ah, to be a kid.
This photo by Joshua Norman

4 Comments:

Blogger Di said...

They didn't have that stuff when I was little!

3:37 AM  
Blogger t_cole said...

Thanks for the pictures!

I spoke to my brother last night in Long Beach. He was answering the door while his wife took the kids door to door Trick or Treating. They were supposed to go to a High School gym but they talked the neighbors on thier street into T or T for the kids.

While we were on the phone - there was a knock at the door. It was his own wife & kids - making the rounds. He feigned surprise & pretended like he had never seen small people dressed up on his doorstep before. It was priceless. of course, I cried. Still do a lot of that of their behalf.

If you turn left at the end of their driveway, you see the railroad tracks - the berm that stopped the storm surge and allowed them to keep their home and their tight-knit neighborhood.

as always, thanks for your work and for keeping it real for the rest of us.

5:01 AM  
Blogger SingingOwl said...

Wonderful pictures, as usual. Thanks again, guys!

If anyone saw my little Katrina report on my blog, here's a small update. I just heard from my friend, Deb, who accompanied me to Waveland several weeks ago. She returned, with a group from her church, to the distribution center in the K-Mart parking lot for just the same kind of thing that you picture here (except it was Waveland instead of Pas Christian)a Halloween party. She told me Waveland looks "so much better" and that people are smiling again, losing that look of shock. Hooray! I so wish I could have returned to see it.

Maybe in January, I hope.

11:45 AM  
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