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December 18, 2010


David Connor

Really good one, Paulito.

Suzanne Steele

Loved this piece. As always, your words paint such a great picture that I walk away from my computer feeling like I've just gotten back from a trip.
Thanks for sharing it.

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

That's music to my ears...just like listening to KBON. Thank you, Suzanne!

Phil Daigle

Great read!!! Thanks my friend!!!

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

Glad you liked it, Phil, thanks for responding. I look forward to my next visit to KBON.

Linda Weaver

Paul, you must have lived here in a previous life!
Delightful as usual.

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

A wave of Sicilians immigrated to the New Orleans area in the early 1900s. My father's mother and father were from Sicily. Who knows, one of my relatives might have headed west toward Eunice and ended up growing rice and crawfish!

May Louise White

Another great, great and very true story. You are making this part of Louisiana come alive for people who have never even been here. I loved it, and I do love listening to KBON.

Well, tomorrow is Christmas Eve.....may I be the first to wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Phil Woodbury

So remind me, Paul, why is it that you still live up here in yankee land?


Linda Weaver

Merry Christmas!!
Hope I get a chance to share a dance with you soon.

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