The chunky one with the sunglasses is me. The pretty lady in the long dress is my youngest daughter.
It was a lot of fun and I'll do it again next year if I can.
Today was a visit with some people who could tell me about the insurance I have and if it's working like it's supposed to. Then we went to an event at the Veteran's Memorial in Columbia Park. A company named Fairway gave a "Mortgage Free Home" to a local Medal of Honor recipient and it was really a big event. A Lt General Sisco was there and the Mayor pro-temp of Kennewick along with the Chief of Kennewick Police. The motorcade was complete with limos and a huge motorcycle escort of both police and "Combat Vets International". I think every police car from Kennewick was in the motorcade.
Now here's a picture I made of my cat Mrs Beasley. I used Miriam's Scraps kit "Terracotta" and Mati's overlay Pink Roses which has a kitty in it.
My apologizes for not putting the info on the picture itself. I'll fix it the next time I have the program open.
I think it's time I show myself. The first picture is when I was a "Rompin Stompin" Seaman in 1961.
1961 Seaman Corrine Shirley at Long Beach Naval Station Long Beach, Calif.
This one is Petty Officer Corrine Corbin during my years with the Reserves. I think the first 7 or 8 years it was Naval Station, Yokosuka, Japan. The last years was with Naval Sub Group 7, I believe home ported in Pearl Harbor but we did our training at Naval Station Yokosuka, Japan. Two weeks of each year we'd go to Yokosuka and the men would work on the subs but I got to work in the offices on base. Good thing too cause I'm claustrophobic. I did a short 1 hour tour on the boat.
Now it's time to think about a little dinner. It's been a few hours since I ate 1/2 a sandwich at Jack in the Box!
Have a great day my friends.