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My Inexperience with Marijuana: Story of a new short term smoker

After receiving an invite to attend an educational session on medical cannabis featuring one of the nations leading experts, a doctor of medical marijuana, it had me thinking of my experience or shall I say inexperience with marijuana. When initially approached  about my knowledge of medical marijuana, I wondered,"how in the hell did this guy … Continue reading My Inexperience with Marijuana: Story of a new short term smoker

Did you know my Daddy, Nola Businessman, George Albert Price

Hi, with the growth of my Nola Life page it was put on my heart to ask if you all know any of my relatives and friends of my Daddy, George Albert Price.  My Daddy was a well known New Orleanian Businessman, loved by many people. There was an overwhelming amount of people in attendance … Continue reading Did you know my Daddy, Nola Businessman, George Albert Price

4 Tips For Raising A Child With Hydrocephlaus

  Whether your baby is diagnosed in utero or after birth, the diagnosis of hydrocephalus comes as a shock to any parent. A sad fact is that Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH) is the leading cause of hydrocephalus in preterm infants and varying levels of IVH are very common in preemies, especially extremely preterm babies. Unfortunately, just as there is very … Continue reading 4 Tips For Raising A Child With Hydrocephlaus

My Escape or Refuge to Minnesota: Part 2 Birth & Loss of Daddy’s Girls

I was finally brought onto the ward as my daughter's daddy walked in with his best friend, they had cigars and some flowers.. Why? He was older than I, 20 yrs old, did not know half about having a baby either, besides creating one and being excited about having a baby. I’m convinced that young people are … Continue reading My Escape or Refuge to Minnesota: Part 2 Birth & Loss of Daddy’s Girls

Grief of Loss: My Momo

Let me say this about grief.  My grandmother died on April 14, 2017; I think. Dementia, stokes while escaping Katrina and heartache killed her some years ago. I marveled on  how well I handled the grief.  After all, she was almost 85, loved the Lord, lived well and had a held out as long as … Continue reading Grief of Loss: My Momo

New Orleans woman, given 5 years to live, helps kids with heart defects live their ‘dream for a day’

BY LUNDUN LOVE ON AUGUST 9, 2017COMMUNITY, NEW ORLEANS, PEOPLE, YOUTH Poetry In Motion Kare Bears will be hosting a basketball game in the month of August that will change the lives of the youth forever. Tosha Naquin, founder of Poetry In Motion Kare Bears Incorporated, says her organization attempts to make a difference in a young person’s life who … Continue reading New Orleans woman, given 5 years to live, helps kids with heart defects live their ‘dream for a day’