Category: Duty & Honor
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “My Hero.” Who’s your hero? Tell us a story about why that person plays such an important role in your life. The word “Hero” is defined as a person who is admired for great or brave acts and or fine qualities. When I was growing up in…
To -Do? Done!
To-Do? Done! (Daily Prompt) http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/to-do-done/Quickly list five List the thing I would change in your life. Now, write a post about a day in your life once all five have been crossed off your to-do list. Learned spanish Stayed in the military Stayed in Europe Completed my time in college Tour the western portions of the…
Which book would be the first one I like to reread & Why? (Daily Prompt )
The light of day
It is 2:00 AM and for the past eight hours of a twelve-hour shift, it is still raining. I only just want to rest my eyes as I lay on the ground guarding my perimeter position. I remain awake fighting off sleep trying to stay alerted and prepared to listen for any movement of my…
Ladies, Rape is Your Fault
This is an incredibly powerful video statement and I hope effective life long education can be administered to all men around the world to understand what rape truly is.
Retirement and my big brother
I was recently talking with family members who gathered for a family reunion, and I recognized that I and a female cousin are the only immediate family members of our generation who have retired to enjoy hobbies and activities at our leisure. I thought of my now deceased parents who retired but never took advantage…
Immigration Knowledge, just Google it!
American’s voice their opinion without researching, or understanding their idea and beliefs they passionately speak about. Ii is simply bizarre since access to discover, learn and educate is available via the use of the internet.
Changing Times; Student Loan Forgiveness
I recall as a child hearing my father, mother, family members and their friends talk about how growing up they had it so hard as opposed to how easy my brother and sisters had it during the 60’s and 70’s. One tale I heard is of how my dad slopped hogs, fed chickens, used an…