Brady Street Neighborhood

First Day of Spring on Brady Street? Nope, Not Yet.

The neighborhood is beginning to simmer, like a long-dormant volcano. Seismic energy erupts through the fissures of society here on Brady Street as the sun shines and the temperatures warm. Children pour out of houses onto trampolines. Neighbors emerge without coats on trash day, and we get to exchange more hellos. It’s easier to park cars along the street because you don’t have to work around the snow piles that never got removed. The rumblings of spring have begun.

Homesick for a Hayfield

But I probably wouldn’t find such rich details out on a ranch in Nevada, or even in a green hayfield. I might even get homesick for Elkhart and its craziness.

When Teamwork with Neighbors Saves the Rocket

Talk about teamwork among neighbors! Soon, we had a twenty foot wooden ladder propped against the culprit tree, with a Hispanic man with a limited English vocabulary comfortably balanced on its top.

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