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Recently, it came to my attention about the many men & women who served during World War II that received the Victory Medal.   My Dad being one of them, was issued a replacement recently.

His life was not defined by the medals earned for service to his country – it was defined by his love of life.

June the month to remember our fallen soldiers by visiting a military cemetery.  Why June?  Its more than Memorial Day and not all military cemeteries could be visited on that day by everyone.

Also, its the time to also remember the lives that were given in the defense of a country.  They too can not be defined by the medals they earned – they can by someone be defined by knowing how much they loved life.

Until Next time.





Due to the added responsibilities of an online museum I regretfully must bring this blog to a a better fit.

Writing these posts has been awesome just tiring when one is tired.  So, I am moving this blog into an abbreviated format.  Meaning – three postings a week with occasional surprise posts.  🙂

Everyone wins with this arrangement.  I can get more work on the online museum done and you get all the posts that are fit for me to post.  🙂

  • Mondays – Best Practices or Monday Madness
  • Only one of the following each week – Tombstone Chronicles, Wednesday Side Trips or Thursday Cemeteries
  • Friday News
  • With occasional, holiday notes and even a few extra stories for Halloween.  🙂

It has been great fun writing everyday though.  Thank you fans for reading faithfully.  I just want to be able to uphold my end of the museum.

Okay this weekend a new gallery was posted at  – Enjoy!