The word on the street is Sq. 1 has new leadership. The owner of New York Deli across from Sq. 1 has taken over the operation.
I wish him well.
My Sunday yesterday was relatively quiet.
I spent several hours writing, rewriting and editing this week’s KONK Life column. German Persecution of Homosexuals. Not limited to World War II. Covers more than 100 years of history. The article hits the stands wednesday.
The television was on during the writing. I periodically looked up to catch a small piece of the PGA. Proof I can be ambidextrous.
Last night was an early dinner at Roostica. Spaghetti, meatballs and sausage. All buried in an excellent sauce. My grandmother’s sauce.
Key West and the Keys have in many ways been been connected to historical events. One is the story of PT 109. Captained by Lt. John Kennedy in the Pacific during World War II. Kennedy the future President of the United States.
On this date in 1943, PT-109 was sunk. Some years later, a movie was made of the event and Kennedy’s heroism.
The movie was filmed on what is now Little Palm Island. The island owned at the time by then Monroe County Sheriff John Spottswood. Spottswood father and grandfather of today’s Spottswoods. A family as much concerned for Key West as the senior Spottswood had been.
The saga of William Hackley 1855 continues. A learning tool.
William Hackley wrote this date that he sent the baby to Mrs. Hews to get milk. I assume for Baby to feed on Mrs. Hews’ breast milk.
We’ve come a long way since 1855. Today, Baby’s problem would be satisfied by a trip to the store to buy canned baby formula.
I continue to worry about Baby. Mother’s milk insufficient. The goat from Havana went dry. Hope Mrs. Hews has enough breast milk for Baby and her own child. Assuming her child still lives.
Donna is the good wife. Watching over Terri. Terri suffered a heart attack last tuesday.
Terri obviously cannot smoke. Terri gave up smoking to make it easier for Terri. Donna walking Terri two times a day. Donna making sure Terri takes her five pills at the correct time.
Donna the best!
Enjoy your day!
In 1987 Port au Prince Haiti I let my maid Rose breast feed my 4 month old child when I had to go to a friend’s funeral. In Haiti funerals can last all day. My maid Rose had an infant child too, so Rose had breast milk to give my child too. Some ancient traditions still continue today, Louis.
You’re “ambidextrous”? Don’t you mean you can multitask?
Sq.1 seems to have had some problems over the recent years for some strange reason. If the Pasta Garden is taking over, things should straighten out. I was I could remember the owners name, it escapes me, but, he has done a good job there for a long time.
Miami is now up to 10 zika cases. That bothers me more than any croc.
Ooops, Miami is now reporting 4 additional zika cases  and showing concern that current spraying is no longer as effective on this particular species.
Reported this morning that federal representatives are going door to door in the affected Miami neighborhood asking for urine samples.