don’t have a Hands Together We Can Shirt a lot of friends. That’s not a complaint or even a lament, it’s just a fact. Some people collect friends like kids used to collect marbles in cigar boxes. Others, like me, can count their friends on two hands. Maybe even one. Jimmy Francia was my friend. Early this morning, Jimmy died at Springhill Medical Center. He was on a ventilator and in an induced coma.
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And because of current protocols, he was Hands Together We Can Shirt alone. He had been tested more than once for COVID-19, and the tests came back negative. But everything that happened to him sounds like everything you’ve heard about someone struggling with that awful virus.
Jimmy owned Francia’s Formal Affair, a Hands Together We Can Shirt tuxedo shop on Airport Boulevard, just west of Downtowner. I approached him back in 2012 when I had this crazy idea to put out a Mardi Gras magazine called Mobile Mask. I had nothing to show him, but like a handful of area merchants, he took a chance on me and the Mask. He advertised in every issue since.