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The Midnight Special

Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly, was an American Folk and Blues musician. Born in 1889 and died in 1949 at the age of 60, Lead Belly had a rough life, landing in prison in Sugar Land, Texas back … Continue reading

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Amanda Knox

I finished the audiobook Waiting To Be Heard by Amanda Knox, the gal who spent 4 years in an Italian jail, wrongly accused of killing her roommate. I’ve been contemplating how we go about making good or bad decisions in … Continue reading

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Lead Belly

Standing 7 floors up in the air traffic control tower at the Sugar Land airport, I get a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding landscape.  I can see water towers, church steeples, the new ‘Skeeter’s’ baseball stadium nearing completion, the … Continue reading

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