On a normal Friday morning, Westport’s business district would have been bustling.
Today was not a normal Friday morning. Neither was any day this week, or last. And it won’t be normal next week either.
Alert — and saddened — Molly Alger took a lonely tour through town this morning. Here’s what she saw.
But then — a few hours later — skies cleared. The sun came out. And all over town, people smiled.
I used to live across the street from the Kowalsky property on South Morningside Dr. I thought a few years ago it was in the market.
I was on the market. I’m not sure what’s the status is right now. I just know whoever is taking care of the property they’re aerating the soil. A few random survey stakes have appeared which might have to do with the renovation of house and landscaping on the corner of Turkey Hill and Clapboard.
That house belonged to a Polish family. I think Paul and Mary somehow brought them from Poland and he worked on the “farm.” This was in the 1960s andI remember they had a daughter.
The streets I walked in my youth, ’65-’71 . . .
SO SAD AND LONELY
Chris Tait, a photographer ? Who knew 🙂
🌹🥀🍄🌻🌷🌺 Remember April showers bring May flowers it’s just going to be a different kind of May we will all get through this with strength And resiliency because we are a tough and strong nation ❤️👍🙏🏼👍❤️
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…but then, there was a rainbow.
Helmut Newton Tait ? Hope for our boy after all.