- First art slave stream done wat actually made some dollereedoos 1 month ago
- @Gbay99 Hey dude, loving that I've been able to catch your streams lately, I play RS3 and wandering if there's a clan, if not can I make? 4 months ago
- Will try my best not to turn my twitter into a notifcation feed for youtube though :P 5 months ago
- So with work slowing down on the hours front a little early I might try the whole twitch/youtube deelio again...Oh boy 5 months ago
- Jealousy is a very powerful emotion it seems 7 months ago
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Category Archives: Dad
This is Dad on his way to get the morning paper. Every morning Egon goes along. He waits for Dad at the door, Dad picks him up and carries him. It’s pretty dang cute.
Today’s edition of The Way Back Machine brings us to the summer of 1977. My parents decided to visit Mom’s parents and my sister Camy and her family in Sequim, Washinton. We didn’t fly, we drove across country from Maryland … Continue reading
I took the Norwegian Majesty from Philadelphia on a tour of Canada. There were things about the cruise that weren’t my favorite. However, for the most part I had a lot of fun. So, my top ten: 10. The fans … Continue reading
Loveliness Lunch in Portland, Maine: Lighthouses: And here is Dad in our room bettering himself. Dad was always one to read and learn all the time.
Nice violin, no? Yes. I’ll tell you more about that later. Hint, I took that picture while standing. Sydney, Cape Breton is about as close to Scotland as you can get, it seems, and still be on the North American … Continue reading
Yesterday I visited The Bay of Fundy and Saint John in New Brunswick, Canada. It is chilly, thanks for asking, and yes I love the chilly weather. Read up on the Bay of Fundy. Here is a picture: This picture … Continue reading
I was just clearing up my memory on my laptop and came across a picture I took in Lithuania of a mushroom: Since Journalspace died and ate all my posts for two whole frickin’ years! including the ones of my … Continue reading
My father, Fred, turns 80 today. He’s seen and done a lot in his life. He spent his first 6 years in pre-WWII Germany. He is as German in thought and ways as he is American The rest of his … Continue reading