When I got home from work today I happened to see Joann and Aina putting up live feeds of Pilar’s viewing, so I got on it, and projected it from my phone to the TV. Kind of like attending I guess. The funeral is Monday (Sunday here) so I hope to get live stream feed of that.
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This morning we (the TVS group) noticed Rich hadn’t come in and it was almost 9am. We joked about him probably having gotten the days mixed up again and thought today was his RDO. That, among other funny incidents about Rich and forgetfulness etc..
Lou and I had an appointment in town to see a financial advisor. On the way back from town, as we were going westbound, on the other side eastbound lanes right by the Vineyard exit there was a line of about 13 police cars parked on the side of the highway, all with blue lights on. They had gotten out of their cars and … Continue Reading “Final Farewell to fallen HPD Officer Kaulike Kalama”
Joanne messaged me on FB this afternoon telling us that her mom passed away this afternoon.
The Santos’ are Lou’s family on the Golo side. Pilar and Lou are first cousins, and she grew up close to them. The Santos family is also my family from upbringing. Our families grew up next door neighbors. … Continue Reading “Nina Pilar passed away today”
Just a mention on Sweet Pea’s passing. I’m not a boxing aficionado, critic, or anything like that. I just remember watching boxing more avidly back when Whittaker, Biggs, etc., came out pro after their Olympics stints. Some of the more memorable fighters of that period.
I caught this on a social media site. Interesting, though I wonder if these meanings are true and actually applied for real. and if so, how long has this been? Never heard of it, but I’ll keep it in mind and follow suit if I ever see coins on a veteran’s gravestone.