March 20, 2015

Do You Know What It Is To Miss New Orleans ...

This fascinates me because my Gran would have been 2 years old. My Gran's mother and sister were listed in the census in 1912 as "Living in the French Quarter" ... I have no one to ask where they lived when she my grandmother was born ... fascinated nonetheless ...

2 comments:

Bonnie Kenaz-Mara said...

I've really been enjoying your NOLA series! New Orleans is one of our favorite cities! We fell back in love there (after a little gift was left on Marie Laveau's tomb that my now husband didn't fess up to for over a decade). We also got engaged in New Orleans (total surprise!!) after dating off & on for 4 years. In the 90's I went to the Jazz & Heritage Fest every other year. My husband has gone twice for work in recent years without the family, and I have to say I'm a bit jealous. The history and mystery and music and culture of NOLA draw me and I can't wait to get back there!

~Dwana said...

Bonnie! I love that! NO is the PERFECT place to fall in love over and over again <3 You must take the kids ... and fall in love again... and let me know how it goes :-)