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After my dad died, I had a lot of responsibilities which kept me between home and Lincoln, CA (the city where my parents retired): the estate sale, selling his planes and cars, finding a good memory care facility for my mom with Alzheimer’s, paying bills, etc. One of the last things I had to doContinue reading “Dad, Part 2”
Joining the military, especially the Marines, is a huge decision. It’s a commitment not only in time, but potentially of one’s very life. When I voluntarily joined, I accepted the fact that I could be called to go to war. I didn’t join to go to war (some Marines join for no other reason thanContinue reading “Patriotism, Dissing the Flag, and Drew Brees”
My dad died on September 29th, 2019; he had just turned 75 years old. A month prior he seemed fine. In the years preceding his death, he had some health complications. He needed to have a heart valve replaced, but prior to that surgery, they discovered he had lymph cancer and began chemo treatment. FortunatelyContinue reading “Dad, Part 1”
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