God bless you. Please know that you are an inspiration to me. I wish you peace.
Yes he was responsible, others would simply have done nothing and waited until the next morning to see if one of his neighbors was dead. You never made a mistake in your life?
Too many tears and smiles as we all bear witness.
As you say, till we all meet again. I wish you 'Sweet Journey',
What a breathtakingly honest and humbling article. I really respected you as a professor while at Vandy. Seeing you become a mother now and facing what you're facing only increases my admiration of you. I don't believe I could be as poised as you've been. You're thought of and prayed for often. I do believe there is a heaven and I have faith I'll see you there!
Alison, you have created a legacy for your family and friends that will always live in their hearts. You are brave, you are honest, and I know you are loved. I am only a follower of yours, but I've lost two very close people to brain tumors, and both of their passings were serene and calm. May your courage continue in those you love, and know that people you didn't know existed are thinking of you and sending their love. I hope the way you lived your life is a comfort for those who will feel your absence, and be reassured that your kindness will never cease to be. Laurie Notaro, Oregon
Can't wait to see how much this reduces auto traffic now that everyone can ride their bikes to work. Hopefully City Council is adding additional bike racks to handle what's sure to be a massive influx.
Muchly love, old friend, thanks for you.
All light and love to you, Maybelle, and Brian, Alison. The world is a better place that you have been in it, working hard, being you, for so long.
Au revoir, my friend.
Alison, we met a few times at NWSA. Astrid introduced us. Your work, spirit, and energy have inspired me. Thank you for being all that you are and for doing all that you have. Peace and love to you and your beautiful family.
Thank you for sharing your life with us, Alison! Tracy Moore has shared your columns with friends here in California, and they're always amazing. Sending you, Maybelle, and your family all of the beauty, peace, and love I can muster. Your razor-sharp analysis, your kindness, and your generosity all endure.
Gracias por el regalo de tus palabras. Vaya con dios mi amiga.
Alison, It has been years since we have seen each other but I have read several of your blog entries. I came to know about them through Curtis Young's post on Facebook. Each made me smile and tear up at the same time. This column was the same experience. I smiled when you mentioned your mom and it brought back memories of your family at church (and seeing you all walk together to church). I know your daughter will be so proud to say that you are her mom. I am proud to say that I know you. Many prayers for you, Maybelle, Brian and all your family
The study actually did monitor traffic volume on the James Island connector. It found the following: "The traffic volumes and magnitude of morning peak hour traffic on the James Island Connector were more consistent across the three periods evaluated, which indicates that there was not a shift of traffic from the Legare Bridge to the James Island Connector Bridge in order to avoid the lane closure."
The complete study is available here:
"I am not offended, that's for weaklings."
along with smirking condescension, hey, just add "If you don't understand. I'll scream a little louder" and you've got the Citadel trifecta.
Hi Alison, Said a prayer for you at Ralph's donuts. First time back in Cookeville in 7 years. As you say, until we meet again.
Alison, I haven't seen you in so long...but you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. You have walked this road with such grace and dignity, all while sharing the struggles along the way. I'm praying for comfort, peace and strength for you and your whole family!!
Hey kids, just read on governing.com that of all 50 states SC is 4th in per-capita bicyclist deaths over the last three years. So here's our chance for Charleston to make us #1 in another category!
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