I was born on Maxwell Air Force Base in 1963 in Montgomery, Alabama. I guess you could say I was born in the middle of the Civil Rights Era timewise and location wise. My father was in the military. We only lived there a short while and moved again. However, by the time I was 13 years old, my parents decided to retire there. I ended up living in a town I was born in, but I never wanted to live there again. Go figure. I was a teenager and my parents moved me from Hawaii. How would you feel?
Alabama grew on me and I still call it my hometown even though my home is now in Seattle, Washington. Here are a few shots taken by myself and a great friend I went to school with in Alabama. Donna Noble Burnett is an amazing photographer and gave me permission to share of her work alongside mine. My BLOG is grateful. Enjoy:
Martin Luther King, Junior’s Church-downtown Montgomery, AL
This was Eastbrook. I grew up near this mall in the early 70’s.
Our very own Montgomery Biscuits. Can you believe a baseball team is a bunch of biscuits? lol
Riverfront in downtown Montgomery. A very nice renovation job has been taking place. It is nice to see.
Alabama Living. My mother’s home. Peaceful and Enjoyable. Always Love Coming home to MAMA!
You know every unque AlesiaBlogs Tour includes an animal. Here is Bella with my niece Kayla.
Alabama River. My sister has the Unique Pleasure of living near this body of water.
Until my next installment. Thank you for stopping by. Ya’ll come back now.