Category Archives: Memories
Thanks to Meryl Kos for posting this on FB….Too funny.
Ten years ago, (it seems like yesterday) I had the privilege of taking a multi-week pilgrimage to Africa with Fr. Jack Lombardi and some friends from Maryland. While in Moshi, Tanzania, we spent a day at Amani Children’s Home. There … Continue reading
Be kind to your senses, courtesy of Rob “The Teacher” Firchau, an elite member of Kurt’s Twenty Five Blogs Guaranteed To Make You Smarter Memories Land on that link, but go back and browse Rob’s site. You … Continue reading
“The day our memories become larger than our dreams is the day our soul begins to shrink” . . . Rev. Ike Reighard
There is a snapshot memory I have from when I was around two and a half years old. As a baby, I had lots of fevers and spent a good bit of time in hospitals. My earliest memory was being … Continue reading
It was on the evening of the last day of 1992 that Bill McNamara called and gave me a New Year’s present. He offered me the priviledge of overseeing the rennovation of an 18,000 sq ft, water damaged, office building … Continue reading