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A Haiku on "Change"

It’s Haiku Fridays, People!

As time passes by
The eternal change in life
to death… like the leaves…

(In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge on… 6 more words


DC Documented.

Just a quick post to share a few photos I took during my long weekend in DC.

I’ve got a lot to learn about this new camera, but I absolutely loved giving it a try on all of the beautiful sights in our nation’s capitol.


On the road in D.C. (Part II)

So, where were we?

Ah, yes. Sharing a plate of appetizers with friends, trading stories about DC and Portland, and marveling at the evolution of journalism in the newsroom and the classroom. 1,492 more words


The Civil War: On PBS and at Arlington National Cemetery

This week, PBS aired a remastered version of Ken Burns’s landmark 1990 documentary, The Civil War. I was very young when the documentary first aired–I was three. 721 more words


9/11 memories

Another September 11th is upon us and, thankfully, it has been for many of us a peaceful day.  I won’t try to recount in any words 9/11/2001.  1,202 more words

Information Technology

Victims of the Terrorist Attack on The Pentagon Memorial

There are a number of local memorials and tributes to the victims of the September 11, 2001, series of coordinated terrorist attacks launched by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States.  554 more words


Guardsman Who Died in Crash to be Buried at Arlington

ARLINGTON, Va. — The family of a Louisiana National Guardsman killed in a helicopter crash will bury him at Arlington National Cemetery, a request that was initially denied. 111 more words