Monthly Archives: July 2014

Door Knocking thru the Summer

It was a beautiful July Fourth weekend.  Many thanks to the volunteers at the City of Fairfax Independence Day Parade who made that great event possible.  Somehow, we still managed to squeeze my whole family into the back of a … Continue reading

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One of the Great Americans Died Today

The subject of the 2011 book “Unbroken” (Laura Hillenbrand), which sits on my all-time “Top Ten” list for great books. An Olympic track star and WWII veteran, Louis Zamperini was 97 years old.

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USMNT Falls Out of World Cup, but does USA Proud

Frankly, it wasn’t the greatest athletic performance or the most inspirational.  (The 1980 USA hockey team will always hold that position). But the USA men’s team did credit to themselves and their supporters in 2014.  In the world of “football,” … Continue reading

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Henry Marsh Retiring, Morrissey Indicted, McDonnell Corruption trial to begin soon ….

It’s another slow summer in the City of Richmond. What would we do without the Squirrels to keep us entertained?  

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