Monthly Archives: May 2019

Cuba: Part One, The Contradiction

I’m home from Cuba and people are asking, “What was it like?” I hardly know where to begin. I found Cuba backward but lively, poor but happy, decaying but beautiful. It’s a country of contrasts. Cuba still struggles under a socialist government. Even … Continue reading

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In A Whirl

One of the many good things about being in the Rocky Mount Garden Club here in my hometown is that every April we go on some sort of field trip. This year we visited the Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park in Wilson, a nearby … Continue reading

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