The House on Bayou Road
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... in Harvard Square and get high just from walking past the Cambridge Common and breathing. Such vibrant cities!
Laila and I searched out places where we had excellent vegan meals (Mona's Cafe on Frenchmen Street was one of our favorite restaurants), and we learned how to duck in and out of stores and shops with air conditioning to lower our body temperatures before heading back out into the steamy streets. And after a time or two ...
... white. It's crime rates are double the national average. You have to be careful when leaving the safe areas of the city, but it's also very interesting. No way would you do it at night, you would get mugged or hurt.
Something I had not really thought about was the impact of hurricane Katrina. It's easy seeing this through a TV screen and remaining distant from it; I now have a new found empathy for what they went through. The further out of the main parts of town ...
... actually hibernate for part of the year unlike crocodiles, they are basically fairly lazy and generally will not attack anything as large as a human. They have an overbite so cannot do the damage that a croc can. We had a young Cajun driver (Cajuns were originally from Arcadia now Nova Scotia), he was very knowledgable about his environment having been born and raised in the bayou. In the swamp there are many plant species introduced ...
... line music,” he said. “But things like that werent going to stop us. We'd be in school and itd be time for lunch and wed go straight to playing, we didn’t even eat. We could usually get in two good songs before the principal shut us down.”
Ironically, some three decades later, Ruffins has become one of the city’s signature symbols. He played himself in the HBO series named “Treme” for the neighborhood and lifestyle essential to ...
... possible. I still hoped for it though.
When I was in the hospital overnight the week before Gordon died, I was feeling great and ready to go home. One of the nurses asked me, "What is the first thing you're going to do when you get home?" I did not hesitate for a second - I did not need to contemplate my answer. I would give my dog a huge hug and kiss. She gave me a double-take and laughed at me. I told Erik I ...