This morning I find myself thinking of what my father would think of my family now. Or what I’ve done in my career. And how I took care of mom and my sister after he was gone. Maybe the friends I have or the home I live in. Maybe his feeling about me not following his footsteps into the Navy.
I wonder a lot about what his perspective would have been to those and many more things in life.
He passed this day many decades ago. It’s one of those days that gets etched permanently in ones mind as a youth. It’s painful, it’s like a reel of film from that moment to his burial. The images and words and memories associated with that event are easily replayed today as if it were then.
I’m going to spend some time in his old slide cabinets of his time at sea and different stations. There are also some letters and other papers of his. I’m finally going to put that on the agenda to sort through this year and hopefully get some more history and feeling of the man and make sure my family has that as well as the memories of my mom going forward. It’s good to document.
Random Thoughts of the Day
- I miss the sand in my toes already.
- If I’m not mistaken my mindset has changed a bit.
- The camera is clicking again.
- Feels great to get a good start on the day.
- The storms be coming. Hunker down Marylanders.