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Words and Actions – Revisited for 04/18/17

Rugged facial features and expressions, like that of mountain men in history books and legends standing atop the highest peaks and planting a flag for their country, shaped by the endless sun and arctic winds. He handled life and the people around him with the ease and care of a seasoned glass maker. It was […]
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Words and Actions – Revisited for 04/18/15

Back in 2009, I had a short story published at Whispering Angel Books about my grandfather.  It was titled “Grandpa’s Words and Actions”.  As 04/18/15 was an important anniversary, I am re-posting, along with updates from reviewing each year,  and including it below. Rugged facial features and expressions, like that of mountain men in history […]
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SS Edmund Fitzgerald

Today is the 38th anniversary of the sinking of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald, a Great Lakes Freighter carrying taconite iron ore, on November 10th, 1975.  The November storms of Lake Superior took her and a crew of 29 down just 17-miles from Whitefish Bay near Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmund_Fitzgerald http://gordonlightfoot.com/WreckOfTheEdmundFitzgerald.shtml […]
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9/11 Poems

A few poems I have written over the years are now available for reading.  They are located here. 9/11 9/11 (3-Years) 9/11 (Imagine) 9/11 (Never Forget) Don’t Forget Your Boots

Words and Actions

Back in 2009, I had a short story published at Whispering Angel Books about my grandfather.  It was titled “Grandpa’s Words and Actions”.  As today is an important anniversary, I am re-posting, along with updates from reviewing each year,  and including it below. Rugged facial features and expressions, like that of mountain men in history […]
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Words and Actions

Back in 2009, I had a short story published at Whispering Angel Books about my grandfather.  It was titled “Grandpa’s Words and Actions”.  I have included it below. Rugged facial features and expressions, like that of mountain men in history books standing atop the highest peak and planting a flag for their country, shaped by […]
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A Toast

It has become tradition to say a toast on this anniversary of grandfathers passing.  Over an Alaskan Amber, which I think he would have enjoyed, we raised our glasses, and said a toast.

Moment of silence…

It has been 21 years since my grandfather passed away, physically from the earth, and 21 years since he became a conciousness in heaven, pushing me, and guiding me through this life. That spirit beyond the shore, across ths sea, is familiar and ever present.