Stories and musings about life in and out of a retirement facility.
I did enjoy all of this ! Great stories.A Non Y Mouse
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This breaks my heart. I was born just outside of Detroit and remember it as such a beautiful city. About 20 years ago my grandparents house (hadn't been in the family for years) was burned to the ground during the Fright Nite (Halloween) festivities of the inner city hoodlums. To see such beauty laid to waste is astonishing. T.O.Joanne
Wow. Still...there is beauty in the ruins.~MJ
This is heartbreaking, beyond sad, plus wonderful photograhy, and I don't care. My strong wish is that your brother (loving though he may be, and trying to add something interesting to the mix) had not sent it. Puppies and flowers are treacley, overdone, and cliched, and I'd rather inhabit that world. LOVE from Lynne
Beyond sad, certainly, but don't you think we should all be aware of the dangers of this happening to our own cities? Look at the disrepair of our California roads, as an example of what can happen. I would neither want nor recommend a steady diet of this sort of melancholy, but for me, at least, it's more interesting than treacle.
Over the last 20 years, We have travelled all over Your beautiful country, and have witnessed the Decline, of the Worlds, only Super Power????,this is just a Snap Shot!!!,all be it a very Scary one.A Wrinkly.