Monthly Archives: March 2004

Who I Am

Several Airmen were assigned to a communication class designed teach us how to process our feelings as we continued in our careers. One of the main assignments the Chaplain had us complete was righting a brief statement titled, “Who I … Continue reading

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Erin Go Braless

St. Paddy’s Day has come and gone, thankfully. I tend to stay home anymore because I no longer drink or party as I did when I was younger. In fact I have been known to attend AA and Al-Anon meetings … Continue reading

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Rules of the Road

It was somewhere along the State Route 215 near San Bernardino, that I learned what makes Californians different from the rest of the nation. It’s in their approach to driving and a highway patrol officer pointed this out to me. … Continue reading

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Fish in a Barrel

Adam and I used to get into trouble sometimes jus’ for fun. But nothing prepared us for the day we rolled our younger sister Deirdre down Mrs. Damm’s hill. Deirdre was nine years younger than me and six years younger … Continue reading

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Standing By

“10-4, Theresa you could walk out to Whalers Rock right now,” I said over the radio. “I copy you, Tom,” she replied back. “Keep an eye on the situation.” “That’s affirmed,” I answered back. Graveyard shift was not half over … Continue reading

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Finding Your Real Joy

For years the Lord had granted me time enough to work quietly on my degree, to study and write and study even more. And now when I was laid up I could not be bothered to spend anytime with him … Continue reading

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