We saw Will on to his flight to Japan. It was tough seeing him leave for this extended trip but it’s a great opportunity.
Ever buy a consumer electronic device with a one year warranty and have the thing fall apart at 366 days? I’m pretty sure my body came with a 50-year warranty. Last year, in March I turned 50. four months later my left foot swelled up and stayed that way for a month while we figured […]
Every four years my sense of anticipation regarding the Olympics builds prior to the event. The networks do a great job promoting the competitors. But after ten days of swimming, gymnastics and lesser known competitive events my attention is waning.
Check out the web site Chereshnitsa.org where my dad and I are transferring my uncle’s book “Nighttime Comes to a Village” to the web.
This past weekend I drove down to Danville to spend time with Mother, Tom, Carol, Jeff, and Marcy. I had a great time. Most importantly, I caught up with Mother and the photo collection she’s going through. My Grandmother passed away last year and as part of that transition, passed along her possessions to her children. […]
2012/01/02 Update: A follow-up visit with Dr. Fowler at Cardinal Group’s Hilliard Office on Thursday 12/22 went well. The flexibility in his knee was considered good. The swelling in his ankle suggests that he’s not been diligent enough with the physical therapy exercises for that joint. X-Rays of his leg were taken and (along with […]
I posted earlier that we had to accept the salvage value for the Camry after someone pulled in front of Becky as she drove east on Main Street towards downtown. I had forgotten about our first incident with the car. Barely a month after purchasing (lease) of the vehicle I was hit from behind by a […]
Becky and I are really proud of the fact that Matt successfully graduated from the Ohio State University. Even better, he graduated early, participating in the Winter Ceremony. So much has happened this spring that I’ve been unable to post the news until now – two short weeks before the Spring Graduation ceremony. People tend […]
On the one year anniversary of my brother Mark’s death, I’ve written a few notes regarding last year’s events.
I left the camera at home. One less thing to worry about. I had a good time. It was good seeing so many of the people I went to school with. I don’t understand why they all look like they have aged and I know I have not – but it was still good seeing […]