Through the Past, Into the Future
Do you remember the big fuss a few years ago when Sacred Heart got her crown? It sure looks perfectly natural now.
Yes, I do. The shiny copper crowns did look odd on the old church at first, but you're right: it looks natural now.I wish more Springfield people would raise a big fuss about the blighted, burned-out buildings along Walnut street that have stood as ugly reminders of the city's inaction for years now. It boggles my mind that this is allowed on such a historical strip of road, linking the Armory and the Waterchops.p.s.: The cool, old Westfield postcards you so generously sent me have prompted Roma and I into finally looking at computer scanners. We've been talking about getting one for years, but there's always been something more important that claims our cash. Like food. Thanks again, Barbara!
I have not been on Walnut Street in years, but it certainly has played a vital role in the city's history. wouldn't it be nice to see some walnut trees growing there again?Glad the postcards have prompted you to look into a scanner. I haven't made that step yet myself, but it sure would be a nice toy to add to the computer stuff.
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