What is your favorite flower name? I’d prefer to hear names slightly more unusual than Violet or Rose.
*Make up all names, including yours and hubbys! Do a first&middle for every name!*
At age 22, you (1) _________, marry the love of your life, (2) _________. Two years later, you welcome all girl triplets. Their first names are Nola, Madeline, and Aubrey. Their middle names can be anything. They are called (3) __________, ___________, & __________. When your girls are 3, you give birth to their little brother. He has dark brown hair and ice blue eyes. His first name can be anything, but his middle name is a family name. He is named (4) ___________. As your son gets bigger, you decide that he should have a little brother, so you try for another baby. When your son is 2, however, you give birth to a baby girl. Her nickname will be ‘Lia’, and her middle name is only one syllable. She is called (5) _______. When little Lia is 4, you decide to try for that boy just one more time. Nine months later, you welcome identical twin girls. They are born with blonde ringlets and chocolate brown eyes. They both have the initials AS. They are called (6) ______________ & ____________. When your twins are 9 and you and your hubby are 42, you go on a second honeymoon for your 20th wedding anniversary. Surprisingly, nine months later, you give birth to all boy quads! Their initials are RR, LC, EM, and NR. Their names are (7) _____________, ______________, ______________, & _____________.
Feel free to include nicknames, pictures, pets, what your house will be like! Elaborate as much as you want!
1. Alexa Katharine
2. Andrew Michael
3. Nola Charlotte, Madeline Elisabeth "Madi", & Aubrey Natalia "Bree"
4. William Charles "Will"
5. Cecilia Brooke "Lia"
6. Adeline Scarlett "Addie" & Alison Siena "Ali"
7. Rowan Reese, Landon Connor, Ethan Michael, & Nathan Ryan "Nate"
So, Alexa & Andrew have Nola, Madi, Bree, Will, Lia, Addie, Ali, Rowan, Landon, Ethan, & Nate!
I love the name Calla. As well as Lily.
 Sophia Lilian Withrow.
 Brett James Withrow.
Me and Brett:
 Nola Claire Withrow, Madeline Paige Withrow & Aubrey Mia Withrow.
 Benjamin James Withrow.
 Lilian Kate Withrow. ‘Lia’
 Arabel Solei Withrow & Anya Sophie Withrow.
Arie & Annie:
 Riley Robert Withrow, Lucas Connor Withrow, Eli Maddox Withrow & Nolan Ryder Withrow.
Riley, Luke, Eli & No:
The State Theater, disused but brought back to life from two photos and set to Down’s Jail
Duration : 0:5:16
I know this is no news flash – but I just love being in the French Quarter. Especially this time of year when the weather is so nice and people are everywhere. April is a great month in the Crescent City and people come in droves for the festivals as well as for normal NOLA fun.
For me, normal NOLA fun means hanging out with my “Quarter Rat” buds. Part of our routine is trying out the varied but amazing eateries scattered throughout the Vieux Carre. We are all about the food. Yea you right!
In all of our “rattin’ “ (roaming around the Quarter) sometimes we lose track of time and even in the Quarter some places close. Imagine that! Not to worry. At Déjàvu Bar and Diner anytime is a good time because they are open 24 hours a day. Located on the corner of Dauphine Street and Conti (one block off of Bourbon Street) it is a great place to get off your feet and kick back for a while.
The menu holds something for everyone. The Crawfish, corn and crab bisque is really yummy. Salads, burgers, po’boys and plates like hamburger steak, roast and red beans are but a sampling of the good ole comfort food that Pixie (our favorite waitress) will carry out to you. There are featured specials like Steak Night and Spaghetti Night. The prices are as easy to swallow as their famous Bloody Marys too.
The juke box is jammin’ , the bar is open and there are video poker games if you want a little more to do than eat. Check out Déjà vu at 400 Dauphine next time you are in the area. Like I said, anytime is a good time. See you soon.
By Sharon Denise Talbot
Two common folks (A Clown and a Mime) have not such a common day. The two struggle throughout the day with love, work, and just trying to get by in the world. A Hilarious Experimental comedy that everybody can relate to their life.
Duration : 21 min 29 sec
Guiding Light – August 1982 – Silas Kidnaps Nola
Quint tells Tony that he followed Jamie Loomis to the Roads End Hotel on 7th Street. Tony says that he knows the place and its a dump and filled with the local sleeze. Quint says its just the kind of place Loomis would stay. Quint wants to go there to watch and keep tabs on Loomis. Tony asks how Quint is going to do that since he doesnt exactly fit in on 7th Street. Quint says that he has no choice. Tony says he knows the guy (Pauly) who owns the hotel and he can get him to watch Loomis and report his movement to them.
Mrs. Renfield finds Quint in Nolas room. He says being there comforts him and surrounds him with her presence and gives him strength to deal with what lies ahead. Mrs. Renfield says shes worried about Tony being involved because hes too curious. Quing smiles and says, Like Nola. Mrs. Renfield says, And like Nola, he may discover more than he should. Quint says theyll have to make sure he doesnt and that hes lucky to have Tonys help and that if hes going to find Nola before its too late, hes going to need all the help he can get. Mrs. Renfield agrees but states that Tony must never find out their secret. Quint wonders if protecting his secret will cost Nola her life. Quint vows to find Nola if its the last thing he does. Helena, eavesdropping at the door, hears their words.
Nola is tied up and Silas is drinking. He tells her not to get her hopes up, that hes not going to drink himself to oblivion and allow her to escape like she did on the island. He sits next to her on the cot and tells her shes starting to look good to him and runs a finger down her cheek.
Quint goes to see Tony at his office to find out if hes heard anything. He says Loomis doesnt leave the hotel. Quint thinks hes just waiting to hear from Silas. Since theres not a phone in Jamies room and Tonys friend answers the main phone, Quint suggests the man tells anyone who calls Jamie hes not in and takes a message buying them time. Tony asks again if they should call the police. Quint tells him that he knows these people and if they had any idea that the police were involved, theyd kill Nola and disappear.
Vanessa walks into the office and interrupts them. She tells Quint that Amanda wants all the major stockholders of Spaulding to be more involved and that shes holding a meeting to discuss the Lewis Oil deal. Quint says hes too busy at the moment to attend. Vanessa then tells him she just got back from vacation with Blanch Bouvier. She insists Quint knows Blanche because Trish Lewis insists she met Quint at Blanches house years ago. Quint says that as he told Vanessa before, Trish must be mistaken because he never met her before moving to Springfield. Then she asks if he knows someone named Mona Enwright. Quint says he doesnt. Vanessa tells him Mona was a friend of hers but shes dead now. She goes on to state that Mona was a poor, pathetic creature who was very dull and depressing.
Tony and Quint are back on Thornway Road. Theyre waiting for a call from Tonys friend, Pauly. Mrs. Renfield and Fritz emerge from the secret passageway carrying the Golden Cradle. Tony says, There really is a secret passageway. I didnt believe Nola to which Quint replies, It came with the house.
Tony is impressed with the Golden Cradle and Quint says its brought him nothing but bad luck from the day he found it. Tony asks how much the cradle is worth and Quint says its hard to put a value on it but itll be worth getting rid of it if Nola will be returned safely.
Quint McCord – Michael Tylo
Mrs. Renfield – Beulah Garrick
Helena Manzini – Rose Alaio
Silas Crocker – Benjamin Hendrickson
Nola Reardon – Lisa Brown
Tony Reardon – Greg Beecroft
Vanessa Chamberlain – Maeve Kinkead
Fritz – Bill Britton
Duration : 0:9:31
Where and how was it?
I’ve been to many, my whole life(NOLA) and I’ve never seen girls flash lol. That is such a tourist thing.
If no, would you want to?
nope i hear they are really fun~!
I’m not a tourist or anything but I have never really ate in the French Quarter’s and my husband and I will be attending a play this month at the Convention Center and we want somewhere nice to eat out. I have never had chicken and dumplings but always wanted to try it.
I am looking for a soul food restaurant but on the classy side. Please provide a link to the place or phone number. Thanks in advance.
337 chartres street
Next to hog’s breath salon-New Orleans
The chicken and dumplings are like grandma’s used to make
in New Orleans….Check it out!!!!!!!!!!
I am in search of someone special who has touched my life and moved to LA with his uncle. His cell # is off?
I am in search of someone special who has touched my life and moved to LA with his uncle. His cell # is off and I would very much like to contact him to let him know that I may be moving to NOLA. I think about him constantly and we lost touch back in June and he doesn’t have e-mail. His name is Joe and he is from Mobile and I believe he is somewhere in the Hammond/Mandeville, LA area working construction/remodeling for his uncle. He said that he lives in a house on his family’s 42 acres. I don’t know his family’s last name and his last name is so common. He loves to party but has quit a time or two, loves the outdoors – fishing – and he is handsome as hell with a great personality. I don’t want to have to spend a lot of $$ looking for this person but I just want to make sure that he is alright and doing well. I can’t explain but we get along so well as friends that I can tell him anything, yell at him when he is wrong or doing stupid things and vica versa. Suggestions? Thanks.