Monthly Archives: November 2011

A Tough Decision

Edna Robinson left her home country with the hopes of finding new opportunities for herself and creating a bright future for her son. Robinson was a native of Jamaica, a small island located in the West Indies, while she loved … Continue reading

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Avoid the Cholla

  The cholla is not the everyday cactus. It is the one reason why people wear heavy leather boots equipped with a steel shank to walk around a 120 degree desert. If their barbed needles aren’t removed from your skin … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life…

Belvedere Ave., an old street looked at through an old sign. A seldom used fire hydrant surrounded by shadows. A battered tree, which has lost most of its leaves. Looking down into a half-filled water bottle. Empty trash cans, that … Continue reading

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