. . . called Fruit of the Womb. I know it sounds really corny, but I have been bearing and rearing children since I found out I was expecting in February 1982. These fruits have been and are still a very big part of my life and have helped shape the good parts of the woman I have become. So, I will be featuring one of my children at a time in upcoming posts. I hope you will enjoy them to the degree that I am proud of them!
“Hey Bayou Woman! How does a rooster help with egg laying, anyway? They’re just useful if you want fertilized eggs!”
“Tenacity over Tears” is a video produced by Diane Huhn of Bayou Grace Community Services, a relief organization in Southeastern Louisiana. This is one woman’s story of her life in the Louisiana wetlands, and her threatened existence there.
Using this series of photos I took, I want to share with you the things I learned about the red drum or the fish we commonly call “redfish”, all one word!
Thank all of you have emailed or called knowing that I don’t watch the news every day. In years past, we didn’t even have TV so others had to call us and warn us. I remember being out near the Gulf fishing when a friend of mine called and told me I better get home…
If you recall, the last post about the Miracle Bayou Tree house was almost a month ago. It was about the special delivery of Mother’s player piano to its new home. And then nothing from me about the new house.