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Richard “Grasshopper” Leslie ~ Part Two May 6, 2013


Richard “Dick” Arthur Leslie
Born to Charles & Esther Leslie on August 24, 1927 in Ashland, Kentucky. Dick had 2 brothers and 4 sisters and was a loving husband, father, Brother and Grandfather. He is survived by his wife of 42 years Mary, 8 children Sheila, Jim, Chet, Chris, Steve, Charles, Sandy and Sue; 23 Grandchildren and 35 Great Grandchildren. Dick was very proud of the service he was able to give his country and spent 23 years in the US Navy and seven years in the reserves. He enjoyed dropping a line in to the water, throwing a bowling ball, and shaking a leg on the dance floor. He spent many hours around the kitchen table playing games with friends and family. Dick cherished his time with his friends and family.  He cherished the Church also.  They were also his family.  More to come. Please come back again.   Thank you for sharing this wonderful man with me.  He is in Heaven looking down on all of his friends and family.

 

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Book Reviews January 11, 2012


I read about three or four books a month.  They range in varieties.  My favorite genre is probably supernatural or horror.

So, I have decided to do reviews on each of the books that I read.  I would love to hear anyone’s feedback on them as well.

Also, I am an avid collector of older books and own quite a few.  It would be nice to find other people who are collectors and can help with questions I might have when it comes to the rarity of the books or what they might be worth.

Ok, that is it for now but you will be hearing from soon.  Until then Stay Gold!!!!

 

Tsunami Hits Japan March 11, 2011

Filed under: Televison,Weather — Sulinda @ 12:51 pm
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OMG!!!  What is the world coming too?

A devastating Tsunami it Japan yesterday and now here in Oregon we are feeling the aftermath of it as well.  Not to the extent Japan is but it is pretty scary all the same.

I have been watching the news all morning an wow is all I have to say.  The video of the waves flowing over the land and destrying everything in its path is breathtaking and sad at the same time.  I am and will be praying for all who are in that area and for all the families who have lost members of their family.

The following link is from Good Day Oregon:

http://www.kptv.com/news/27157553/detail.html?treets=ptl1&tid=26513167573813&tml=ptl1_12pm&tmi=ptl1_12pm_1_02000203112011&ts=H

I will keep posting with new information.