Tag Archives: Louisiana
As I walked through the Garden District in New Orleans, Louisiana, I learned a valuable lesson. Watch your step. The roots of some of the lovely trees are ripping up the sidewalk.
Kate Chopin, née Katherine O’Flaherty (Feb. 8, 1851-Aug. 22, 1904) was an American writer who published two novels and short stories. She came from a wealthy St. Louis family. In 1870, Kate married Oscar Chopin, whose family was prominent in … Continue reading
To experience the Mississippi River and New Orleans.
To visit the St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square, New Orleans on a cold December day. It is the oldest continuously operating cathedral in the United States.
To see how they live in the French Quarter, New Orleans. Happy Friday!
To visit William S. Burroughs’ House in New Orleans.
To watch a perfect landing on the Mississippi in New Orleans.
The see the home of Anne Rice in the Garden District, New Orleans.
To see Bourbon Street in New Orleans first thing in the morning.
To learn about the side of Lincoln I didn’t know in New Orleans.