On Sunday, Saundra took me to the National Memorial. I was curious and apprehensive at the same time. I wanted to see how the planners and curators presented the memorial and fearful my emotions would get the best of me. Even now I’m getting choked up.
Author Archives: Jerry Schellhammer
Oklahoma Or Bust: Ice Cream
My Cousin told me about Ronnie. I had a hard time digesting what she said last night; he had the same ailment as our Aunt Brenda. As I mentioned in the last chapter she’s in a nursing home for people with dementia.
Oklahoma Or Bust
Back in December I searched the web, trolling over possible deals and went to the Delta Airlines site and out of an abundance of curiosity, looked up round trip ticket prices to Oklahoma. I have an Uncle and three cousins who live there. To my amazement it was nearly as expensive a proposition as I feared. As a matter of fact it was quite reasonable to fly.
Last weekend my stepdaughter invited me to a gender reveal party. The idea behind this was to relieve undo stress on her friends on what to get her for her baby shower. I guess now that the ultrasound they have nowadays are so advanced the gender of the unborn is guaranteed.
Lessons From Martin Luther King
It isn’t the most eloquent quote he made in his short life on this planet, but I think it is quite fitting. After all, a man or woman can’t react unless their blood is stirred into a passion for change.
Review of A Man’s Passion
My loyal readers I have just received my first official review of my book, A Man’s Passion.
The You Tube Interview
It was a bit more than I anticipated. I actually thought this was going to be a radio interview, but as you my loyal readers will see, it was a You tube video and radio interview.
For those of you who have read my book and wish to see me write more thought provoking literature, have your friends watch the video that is about A Man’s Passion.
Out With the Old
The news was good. The person allegedly responsible for the quadruple homicide of the University of Idaho college students was found in Pennsylvania at his parents’ house. This person was a post graduate student working on his doctorate in Criminal Justice at Washington State University.
Hello everyone. I hope everyone of you, my loyal readers enjoyed the story I wrote for you. I’m wishing everyone my best Christmas wishes and a Happy New Year. A lot of things happened while I sent you, my story. On November 21st I celebrated twenty years of sobriety, a personal milestone I will always cherished.
Boomer Ang: Part 7
“What is he doing here?” Julio Rodrigues demanded as Chief led me into the in-tar-o- gation room. It appeared like the other rooms with a table and chairs with one handcuff tightened over Julio Rodrigues’ good hand. His other hand, the one I bit and crushed, is all bandaged up.