The agenda today was to go over to Amber’s house and pick up a large dollhouse that Dooey doesn’t play with, so we did that. The dollhouse and folding table and kids’ chairs that they borrowed for Dooey’s party yesterday. We otherwise just lingered around the house watching TV and … Continue Reading
Peaches and Stephan left last Monday 7/29/19. Her job took her to the Fort (Meade). It’s a good career enhancer for her, and it’s surely a great experience for Stephan to widen his horizons. But as expected, we’re sad….
Our (Lou and me) trip to Bremerton, WA Mar 31-Apr 6. It was, sadly, to attend Rulin’s funeral. I wish I’d taken photos at the funeral mass…
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
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).
Lou and I went on a day’s outing. We first talked about taking in a movie, or going to Waterfront Plaza and checking out a food bank fundraiser going on today. I didn’t care for any of the movies on the circuit. We ended up doing a round the island (north and windward side anyway) drive. Starting out … Continue Reading
Lou and I took Mom to Guam to see Don and family. While there we also visited with Lou’s brother Joe and went to pay respects to Mom and Pop Salas at Pigo.
During DRSN training, Ft. Huachuca earlier this month. The rest of the class went across the border to Nogales on weekend. They wanted us to join them, but Lita and I had reservations crossing the border without passports, being brown and all!!!! Instead we took a drive down to Tombstone to look around as tourii… Continue Reading
Oct 2005 at JITC, Ft. Huachuca, AZ. We finished the course yesterday, everyone passed. I really enjoyed the course, and learned a lot from it… although… I won’t actually be getting my hands on the switches. But it’ll be good understanding switch (and a little inkling about database)… Continue Reading