I've walked a hundred highways, looked to see the things men do, if you wonder who I am just a loner passing through.
"A man must do his duty and let other things trouble him not, for they are things without rhyme, or things without reason, or things that have rambled and know not the way"
Marcus Aurelius, Commander of the Legion 121 AD
Interests: Inventing things. A new treatment for hypovolemic shock. A new kind of resuscitator. Two new-use drug patents pending.
Things I like: Sunsets. Sunrises. The smile of a baby. The smile from a baby's mommy. A hug from my 104 year old pal. Clouds over the Rocky Mountains. The stars at midnight cruising on a clear night at 20,000 feet with both Pratt and Whitneys synchronized. Peace between nations. An end to war. Justice.
You're in my thoughts often and especially today. Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas. May God Bless you with Peace, Health and Joy during this Magic Season and in the coming New Year!
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