Tag Archives: Pearl Harbor

War through a patriotic lens – a memoir

My friend Bud Morgan sent me a link to a slew of World War II aviation pictures this morning. They caused a rush of memories, not of the war itself but of that time. I was just a kid then, … Continue reading

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Nostalgia

“Life turns on a dime.” – Stephen King, in “11/22/63” Mollie and I had been looking forward to reading King’s new novel ever since it came out last year, but we decided to delay until we could read it together … Continue reading

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Childhood Memoirs of Pearl Harbor

On that infamous day, December 7, 1941, I was almost 5 years old and my wife Mollie was almost 4. One doesn’t usually remember much from such an age and yet we both do because it was a time of … Continue reading

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