Monthly Archives: September 2013

yesterday’s tears … the “Wall”, Normandy and Louis Zamperini

I think Americans are so far removed from our service men and women that, as a result, have no emotional connection with the sacrifices they and their families make. A soldier from Connecticut was killed in Afghanistan the other day and sadly it becomes another statistic buried on page 12 of newspapers around the country. Continue reading

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… when you’re having more than one.

I have this dear friend that I don’t see or talk to often enough, but when I do we just continue where we left off. He has a lot of friends and as he explains, “It requires a lot of work”. They must, like I do, truly appreciate his efforts. Continue reading

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