The reader writes of this photo taken in the Shaw neighborhood:
“Yes, that is what you think it is growing in there. Ed. Note: Look at the bottom right corner beneath the flowers.
The miraculous thing is that this is not the first time I have had a find like this; last year I found another one growing nearby right between the bricks of the sidewalk. I guess people just toss their seeds wherever (praise Jebus).”
I feel so good in my neighborhood,
So: here I come again!
I’ve got to have kaya now
Thanks to Paige for sending: “He’s still up there over 24 hours later….And it’s HOT today. So sending prayers to him!!” Just before 11am he writes on social media: “Tent’s…
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