My excitement was bubbling over this afternoon about entering Tupelo. Entering Tupelo
Like to thank the members of God’s House of Hope in Nettleton, Mississippi for welcoming me into their place of recovery last night.
Today I crossed over into Mississippi.
“You can’t change what was, but you can change what is” Sue McDonald, manager of Country Squire Inn, Sulligent, Alabama
Arriving in Sulligent, Alabama I arrived in Sulligent, Alabama shortly before noon yesterday seeking shelter from threatening rain clouds. While the rain never showed up, I met a wonderful group of people from the First Will Baptist Church. As some of the members of church filed out the building, a few members of the youthContinue Reading A Date with a King
The last few days I had to play my theme song, Freedom Flight, to help me through some long stretches of road where my confidence was buoyed by the song. Check out the Walk to Freedom theme song by Atlanta based, Mausiki Scales on SoundCloud. Take a Freedom Flight.
I’m the cover story in the Daily Mountain Eagle today. I stopped at this newspaper box and it was empty. I’d like to think that I helped the newspaper sell out. Chances are no papers have been delivered yet. Here’s a link to the article: www.mountaineagle.com
Carbon Hill is an old mining town where people used to make a living off of digging for coal in Western Alabama. Today it’s mostly a ghost town except for the railroad freight line that passes regularly throughout the day. Even in hard scrabble places like this there are still wonderful, friendly people who willContinue Reading Carbon Hill, AL
I reached the 200th mile mark of my Walk to Freedom journey this morning. Here’s a brief video fragment describing this moment.