Hometown Ramblings
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Hometown Ramblings

Ahmaud Arberry’s Death Is Beyond Tragic

I hope that the jury makes the right decision

Photo by Hansjörg Keller on Unsplash

Several years ago, my now 17-year-old son confessed to trespassing and vandalizing a construction site of a new house. He was spending the night with a friend. He and his friend were roaming the neighborhood and happened upon the house.




Come back and visit us, ya’ll hear? Come and let’s talk about uphome and the days gone by.

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Ruby Lee

Ruby Lee

Mother, Wife, Teacher, Librarian, Teller of Stories. Author of The Marriage Wars by Leeanne Beasley Berry. Top Writer in Parenting, This Happened to Me, Humor

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