I look at all the lovely people.
I wonder where do they all come from.
I look at all the lovely people . . .
Photographer in a crowd, ca. 1910, Arthur Bedou. He photographed landscapes, portraits, celebrations, and rallies, but he is best known for his work documenting the life of Tuskegee Institute president Booker T. Washington.
Today is my day off, but I'm still committed to my one-a-day Black Heritage Month salute. Heritage matters. Do you know yours? I took a genealogical DNA test. Talk about surprised! My matriarchal lineage is fascinating. I haven't had my brother tested yet. His has to be just as interesting, and would explain all the colors in his facial hair. It's nice how we are all related, don't you think? There's no alien DNA within any of us.
Happy reading, writing, and remembering.