George Floyd

rest in justice

Demand justice. Listen. Learn. Speak with new wisdom. Act.

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My first Minnesota home was at 35th and 10th Ave S, blocks from the scene of George Floyd’s murder.

my first home in S Mpls 35th and 10th

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Justice now.

say their names

remember all the names part 2

hilton of mad dads

Hilton of Mad Dads said to us, “It’s a beautiful day; I am breathing and the sun is shining…”

going to kill me

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A Community Despairs

When will we learn? My cities (St Paul and Minneapolis) are, literally, on fire.

“No justice, no peace.” We demand justice for the murder of George Floyd.

Curfews are in place. Peaceful protests continue. We walked through our neighborhood this afternoon. A very different place. The world has seen the images. Cities around the country are joining in protest.

Here is my home community:

Photos from home in a pandemic

Life is terribly odd right now as most everyone around the world is aware. What follows are a few photographs of life at home in St. Paul, MN, as we adjust.

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bedtime

cat delivery delight
Bedtime and Boxes galore

greeting the neighbor

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Catching up with the neighbor and Routine at home

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Mobile, Nightlight and Pizza hero

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Porch view and window

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Take out in the neighborhood

We anticipated the opening of The Coffee Cup restaurant on Randolph and Hamline for months. Then…Covid-19 arrived.

However, many dedicated local businesses are providing wonderful take out service.

Upload the app Toast Takeout and you will find local restaurants, like The Coffee Cup. Very easy!