Monthly Archives: October 2015

MY DAY: College dads

When I was leaving Woodland Cemetery, driving through some of the campus housing, there were a number of visiting families eager to enjoy the football game with their college students. I always enjoy observing parents. Some seem very comfortable in … Continue reading

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MY DAY: On a Woodland hillside…

On a southeast corner hillside in Woodland Cemetery, just opposite the backside of Governor Cox’s tomb, an elderly gentleman sits in a lawn chair near a grave. A boombox, or whatever they call them these days, is playing music.   … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Bomb threats & lockdowns

Three Dayton schools are on lockdown at the moment, and it is it is not even 9:30 AM on this Thursday morning. The past three weeks, several schools in the area have had early dismissal’s due to bomb threats, or … Continue reading

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MY DAY: ¬†Buckeye Marching Band Invitational

What a fantastic day!          I skipped going to the high school cross country meet since it was cold, windy, and wet. Plus, it gave me an opportunity to complete some items around the house.   By 2 PM … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Orange Treasures

While waiting for the light to turn green, I looked over into the Flowerama parking lot to see a mother and father loading at least a dozen pumpkins into their hatchback. Peeking over the backseat to supervise was a very … Continue reading

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