If you know what matters, that’s what matters! Kaniut, 1/21/1996
Paying tribute to seven women–perhaps the toughest people I’ve ever met: my mother Vivian Lenore, older sister Laura Lee, younger sister Lana Lynn, wife Pamela Diane, older daughter Ginger Diane, younger daughter Jill Rose and favorite (only) granddaughter Sarah Lynn. The physical, emotional, spiritual battles they’ve faced and overcome and their mental toughness and will to live could fill volumes. Thank you, one and all.
Watering the piano. You’re kidding, right? No, the 1898 Steinway has a plastic "bucket" that needs periodic water in order to recycle water and to keep the piano healthy. I’m not sure about the wealthy or wise part.
After living in the same house in south Anchorage since 1970 we’re considering moving. We’ve heard that nearly all burglaries occur within five miles of your home.
When my wife Pam recently told me she wasn’t intimidated by not learning much in college because she only went for one reason–to marry a good, Christian man, I reminded her that she got part of her wish–a man.
The hitching post is dedicated to all the fair, young maidens in the land who seek a knight in shining armor and who wish to ride off into the sunset in his arms astride his great, white stallion. Girls deserve a shot at lads and lads deserve a shot at young maidens.
One of the troubles with America is that people mistake sex for love, money for success and Walkman’s for civilization. Sept.27, 1991
1990s I’d rather be right than politically correct.
Checked out one on line Anch weather "prognastycation" and discovered snow every day until March 1, except next Monday which calls for sunny weather. Otherwise we’re looking at 20’s to 40’s till the end of the month. So, I was quite surprised to awaken to 8 inches of snow today. Hmmmm. It’s around 30 so not much of seeing it leave any time soon.
That "blind" girl I wrote about yest is alive and well, even after agreeing to marry me August 28, 1964. She has adjusted and survived 52-plus years trying to house break me. I think in another 50 she will have succeeded. Happy Valentine’s Day, Pamela Diane.