... a winged angel sent to watch over his fallen warriors.
A picture from the Minneapolis Star/Tribune taken on a June morning at the Minneapolis National Cemetery !
Happy New Year!! here it is 2012 already, 2011 really went fast didn't it? Due to things that we have no control over the last few months of 2011 were very busy. Starting in the middle of August, Nancy's knees begin giving her a lot of pain, so with any outside activity she needed a wheelchair to get around and someone to push it. (guess who?) Our trip back down to Florida during the first couple weeks of October was slow and with lots of rain!! Was home two days and the Commander of the Korean War Veterans Assoc. (of which I am a member) started calling wanting programs and posters printed for Veteran's Day, University of Florida Home Coming Parade signs, Liberty Fest Day, Pearl Harbor Day, Associations Christmas Party plus speaking to the Air Force ROTC Cadets at the UF. And in the mean time Nancy had both of her knees replaced and then into inpatient PT for about 2 weeks. She still goes to PT twice a week. So my schedule was and still is rather full.
I am hoping that in a couple of weeks I will have time to get a regular News Letter out, I could use some stories, pictures, questions and etc. Also would like to see more activity for the Edward Garfield Society. Get hold of Jayne Pawlisa and she will help you with your research and make you a member, there is no charge for this service or the membership. Her e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks everybody, hope to be talking with you again in just a short time.