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Monthly Archives: August 2005
Hey everyone~ I am finally getting the chance to write about my experiences so far and let me tell you there have been some stressful days and some good ones. Let me just go ahead and start at the beginning, … Continue reading
Considering it is 3:19AM, I better make this a quick one… Well since I last blogged about Summer heading to the Bahamas on the first leg of her journey… she’s experienced a little turmoil, shall we say?!? We didn’t hear a … Continue reading
Scantily clad homo sapiens act natural in London zoo enclosure Updated: 4:33 p.m. ET Aug. 26, 2005 LONDON – Caged and barely clothed, eight men and women monkeyed around for the crowds Friday in an exhibit labeled “Humans” at the … Continue reading
KILLED IN IRAQ: The Elsinore High grad is recalled by those close to him as friendly, "happy." 11:35 PM PDT on Monday, August 22, 2005 By JESSICA ZISKO / The Press-Enterprise Quote: Mom: ‘He gave 110 percent’ Something changed inside … Continue reading
Well… The excitement has begun! The alarms went off at 4:00AM this morning for the trek to LAX to see "the Miss" as I call her, our daughter Summer, off on the first leg of her adventure… Semester at Sea. … Continue reading
There has been much written about Peter Jennings since his passing, but I found this personal farewill by John Leo interesting and somewhat endearing… Farewell Peter… John Leo (Townhall.com) Peter Jennings liked to collect ties. He especially liked to collect … Continue reading