Blogs live forever

Just checked out some of my old blogs. I know it's hard to believe, but I'm not always sweet. Remember can't hide from your blog posts.

I found this post


Remember (you probably don' was 7 years ago) when I lost my friend Major James Michael Ahearn in Iraq. I blogged about it. For some reason when you write about something it eases some of the pain. I'm happy to report that his widow, after traveling the US trying to find "the place" settled in Arlington, VA. Yes, it's because the cemetery is close by and she visits often. Her daughter was an infant when Jim was killed, but she is a beautiful young lady now. AND, she has a new man in her life and a new daughter. Can you believe we are still in Iraq? She is from Iraq and always asks people to pray for her country. James has the only Muslim/Islam grave marker in the cemetery. He converted shortly before he was killed.



This is one of the main reasons

We eventually decided to withdraw from the Governor's race. But now that we are a Corporation, We have created an exploratory committee to re-enter the race.

All hail our Corporate magnificence!

I do remember that post.

I remember talking with you on the phone about it. I'm so happy to hear his widow and daughter are doing well.

....and again...I'm so happy you are back.

Vote Democratic! The ass you save may be your own.