A Mother’s Love I feel sorry for anyone who had a bad or broken relationship with their Mom. Looking back over the years, I have known many people who went through that. There seemed to be a lot in the Navy who came from broken or less than perfect homes. They always seemed to be […]Read More A Mother’s Love… where have the last two years gone?
My Mom passed away on August 14, 2020. She had a long battle with Parkinson’s disease and the Covid Chaos had placed her into lockdown at the facility where she lived for about five months. It was incredibly hard not seeing her but the fear of an outsider introducing Covid into their community made isolation […]Read More 88 Keys… the very definition of a perfect life
I will never forget that day in June 1972 when my parents came to Pittsburgh International Airport to see me off on my way to Boot Camp. I was not the first in my family to leave home (big brother went to a nearby college three years earlier) but I was the first to go […]Read More “My child is a submariner… I’ll sleep when they come home”