Monthly Archives: October 2012

At the end of the day…

At the end of the day I was a little bit colder! The morning was quite beautiful, and Flyer and I took a few hours away from the Haasienda to our selves. Back at home I washed dishes, cleaned the … Continue reading

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A trip with Flyer…

Flyer appears physically healthy, but her mind seems clouded with confusion, and a lack of recognition.  At times, she does not appear to recognize me.  If this condition worsens, I will probably be forced to make a decision. This morning, … Continue reading

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Beavercreek Marching Band under the lights… and the rain…

I was so proud of the Beavercreek High School Marching Band who performed their 2012 show during the Fairmont vs Beavercreek game’s half-time.  These troopers plowed through the pouring rain and miserable conditions, giving a super performance. Thank you, Beavercreek … Continue reading

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And the rains came to shower the seniors…

I am glad the seniors got their moment; however, it was raining pretty steady during this final time on the football field. Congratulations to all the 2012 Fairmont Marching Band seniors, and to their families!

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Last home football game…

The rain has been fairly steady since 10:30am.  The grey, cloudy skies have captured the 44-degree temperature in a bubble that encapsulates the Miami Valley.  The weather channel indicates the rain cell will linger for quite some time. As I … Continue reading

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The last warm fall day of 2012…

This morning I drove out to Harshman Road past the Museum of the United States Air Force (and I did not stop!) to walk through one of the many Five Rivers Metro Parks: Eastwood Park. There were some lovely areas, … Continue reading

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Some time in Dayton's Oregon District

One of the neatest areas of Dayton is The Oregon District located on the Southeast corner of downtown.  It is much like being in The Village of New York City with some of its eateries and unique shops.  Behind the main pass-thru is … Continue reading

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