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Schools Out For Ever

I was going to blog earlier this week but it was the first Monday in over two years that I haven’t had to worry about homework and the week caught up with me too soon. 1,346 more words

Crohn's Disease

Dedication of the Luke Ryan Veterans Center

July 13 was the dedication of the Luke Ryan Veteran Center in the Boyd Library.  Luke Ryan was the nephew of former SCC head librarian, Patty Buelt. 192 more words

Marty's Musings

Endless Pain

I’m getting really good at hiding my pain from people or I just don’t talk to people anymore. I spent yesterday in bed until I had to go to a work function. 213 more words


Taichung: A Moving Story behind Rainbow Village

Taichung, an important city in Taiwan, has many tourism spots. Among them what’s most attracted to me is Rainbow Village.

After defeated in the civil war, Kuomintang army fled to Taiwan.

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Sneak Peak – They Did It for Honor: Stories of American WWII Veterans

I’m putting finishing touches on my second book of World War II stories — They Did It for Honor: Stories of American WWII Veterans. It contains 34 stories of men/women of every branch- Army, Navy, Army Air Corps, Marines, Merchant Marines, Coast Guard. 437 more words


US Senator McCain diagnosed with brain cancer: office

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Veteran US Senator John McCain, a onetime prisoner of war and the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, has been diagnosed with brain cancer, his office announced Wednesday. 109 more words

Money Matters

It's official.

Once my reproductive endocrinologist (RE) confirms that HealthNet Federal Services (HNFS) will cover my IVF (invitro fertilization) treatments starting immediately. HNFS is the corporation the covers some treatments that veterans receive that aren’t performed by VA Clinics or Hospitals. 370 more words