Monthly Archives: November 2008

Footloose at WTW

Saturday night, I took my two daughters to see “Footloose” put on by the W.T. Woodson High School Drama Department. Man, it was great!  I am an unabashed child of the Eighties.  In my opinion, Kenny Loggins never got enough … Continue reading

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Constituent Mail Bag (November 2008)

OK, as you may guess, our Senate office gets about 10-15 emails, calls and letters each day while the Assembly is out of session.  Some are smoothly handled by Kathy Neilson, my Chief of Staff.  The rest are passed on to … Continue reading

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Remembering Veterans Day

November 11th is Armistice Day, the day when the guns fell silent on the Western Front during World War I.  At the whim of the Allied and German powers, the armistic took effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day … Continue reading

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You Know You Live in a Small Town …

Many folks south of the Rappahannock do not acknowledge that anything in northern Virginia can be considered “small town.”  They’ve got a point when you consider that Fairfax County has 1.1 million people and half of those are always at Fair Oaks … Continue reading

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Considering Oysters in Urbanna

This Friday Sharon and I took the kids out of school and drove down to Middlesex County for the 51st annual Urbanna Oyster Festival. The town of Urbanna which sits on Urbanna Creek, near the confluence of the Chesapeake Bay … Continue reading

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