The shooting on June 17th at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina was horrific and despicable. It has been labeled a hate crime, and accurately so I think. 21-year-old Dylann Roof, if found guilty, should probably fry (a figure of speech – I know the … Continue Reading “Attack on a Symbol of the South”
Leaving Guam is always a bittersweet event, seemingly so no matter how many times we do it. We can’t wait to get back home and resume normal a normal agenda. At the same time, it’s almost as if every little thing about Guam tugs at our, well at least my, hearts as we leave it behind.
For all the reasons… Continue Reading “Leaving da 671 once again”
Photos of our Guam trip when we went for Joe’s funeral. Pics are of other than the funeral (that’s a separate gallery post).
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Joe’s funeral was Friday. Last respects was scheduled from 9am to noon, and it was a long morning. I ended up using Peaches’ camera and taking pictures. Mass was at noon, and then we processioned to the Veteran’s Cemetery in Piti.
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