There’s something to be said about pot liquor.
After five years of writing this blog, I think we’ve formed some friendships and kinships here. For that, I am most grateful on this day. There are, of course, many other things for which I am thankful, as I know are each of you. If there is one thing that stands out to you as 2012 comes to a close, please share that with us in the comments section below. And because Christmas is rapidly approaching, I am going to give away a photo. All you have to do is comment, and there will be a drawing later.
Rosa Flores of WBRZ – Baton Rouge News 2 came out and took a wetland tour with me recently and did a little piece on bayou life. I hope you enjoy it!
Well, it’s about that time. The time when the pumpkins that you picked up for that Jack-O-Lantern that never materialized are starting to look like they might not make it to Thanksgiving. It’s the time when open-air markets and grocery stores are bathed in seas of orange and inundated with the bland-tasting gourds.
To usher in Regular Time, I have a little surprise for you! It’s a short film of the first ever Bayou Woman Adventure we had back in June. Carolyn Scofield, field news reporter for WVUE FOX 8 News in New Orleans came along with us, shot some footage, and put together this show. Kudos to her and all the ladies who went crabbing two ways and earned their right to call themselves Bayou Women.