A large part of central-north Columbus, Ohio is known as "Clintonville." Clintonville is not a city, a village, or any other kind of incorporated political unit. It's a state of mind. It has no official borders. But you can tell when you are inside it. How? One way is to take a walk through the streets and especially back alleys until you begin to see sights like these, encountered on a recent afternoon walk.a little closer...
and, for the sailing enthusiast:
I can confidently predict that this same boat will be here next summer, and the summer after that.
If you have never been to Rushville, Ohio, I recommend a visit. It's an easy drive through beautiful scenery from Columbus, Lancaster, or Zanesville. While in Rushville, have lunch at the Rushville Coffee House and take time to admire this sign at the counter.
The sisters made it to the front page of Fronteras, a Spanish-language weekly published by the English-language daily, the Columbus Dispatch. The photo shows them listening to someone, possibly me, give a presentation at our Cinco de Mayo dinner that raised funds for the parish's mission of evangelization.