On Friday I spoke about a traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall, also on Friday I visited a traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall. The two walls are similar but both bring unique differences. Continue reading
A year ago today I was part of the news world. Or at least tried to be. As a news report went in Virginia went from reporting the news to being the news. Continue reading
Back in June, the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall made an appearance in Clifton Park, New York. I took the short drive north to embrace and snap some pictures of the memorial. But in doing so I wasn’t aware of the emotions that it’d bring forth. Continue reading
It’s Thursday and we’re going to throw it back! But not to forget it yet to remember the past. To be more specific we’re going to remember the past of Hachland, if you will, we’ll rediscover Hachland.
I’ve always wondered what things would be like if I did something or if I didn’t do something. One of these things includes what if I wrote a baseball blog. Which isn’t too outlandish to think of but well why don’t I? Continue reading
The summer of 2003 was a really interesting summer for me, I was at the ripe age of twenty years old and wasn’t sure which way the road was leading me. Granted not much has changed in that factor, but as a college student, who was working for the summer and trying his best to live life to the fullest. Life suddenly got real.
Today is the thirteenth anniversary of the passing of my paternal grandmother. It was tough, it was something we were bracing with for a few years leading up to it. She had been diagnosed with cancer and was going through treatment. She was fighting if off pretty well, for a few years at least. Then the disease just started to win the battle. Continue reading