may 28, 2018

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“You’re always one decision away from a totally different life.” ~ Unknown


cooling off


Dad hasn’t been able to participate in DAV activities the way he used to, but this year, despite having pneumonia, he was able to lay the wreath at the DAV Memorial Day Event in West Liberty. It was hot, too. Real hot. While he did his thing, with Jill standing in the wings watching over him, mom and I went to decorate at Malone. We came back for them, then went to Dairy Queen to cool off with some sweet treats. It’s really important that folks, any folks no matter their age or infirmities, be able to participate as long as they’re able. And when one is able to make it happen, one must. It feels good to help. I’m grateful everybody in the family, including Jill, was able to do something to honor our vets and ancestors this year. Here’s to many more banana splits with my two favorite vets. 


dedicated to God and country


job well done

  1. Lois Wilson

    He did a great job. It was so Hot, when Your Dad took his jacket off it was wet through and through. Thanks to all the men and women who serve in the DAV.

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