The Trouble with Okra 

April 2, 2024  :: 0 comments

Troy was raised by a mother who grew the family’s summer vegetables in a large garden behind their house a couple of miles below New Iberia, Louisiana. Dinners consisted of fresh fish or roasted chicken, fresh greens and, at least twice per week, okra that was roasted or cooked on the grill. He loved his mother, and he loved her …

A Prophetic Incident

May 16, 2023  :: 0 comments

Walter pulled his old black Studebaker Wagonaire, with a blue covered bible in the back seat, onto the right shoulder of the interstate and, after looking to his left to be sure no other cars were coming, walked to the center of the southbound lanes and fell to his knees. He had been returning home from late religious services at …