A Pocket Of Hope

There is something special about pocket parks that always captures my attention. Perhaps it is because I live in a townhome, my outdoor living space a small 14-foot by 20-foot patio, and I can easily relate to the smaller scale. Whatever it is, I find myself captivated by these small parks and am always curious to explore and see what they hold for the unsuspecting visitor. You may remember a few months back when I wrote about the Goldwater Memorial …


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One comment on “A Pocket Of Hope

  1. Rodney Auth on said:


    Nice work with this piece. I am always amazed at the power of the human experience — most specifically the power to adapt and change to new circumstances. Richard Bloch’s life is but another humbling example of someone who gained perspective through trial — and somehow used that perspective to make other’s life’s more enjoyable.

    Enjoy the weekend – maybe you’ll find another pocket of wonder.


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