A Letter of Thanks to Mr. Dill

A Letter of Thanks to Mr. Dill

Jacob Taylor is a Junior at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN majoring in History and Political Science. In the Spring of 2018, Jacob applied for and was granted The Dill Fund Grant at Wabash. This grant afforded Jacob the opportunity to take a media/production...
Myron Howard Miller, My Daddy

Myron Howard Miller, My Daddy

I remember looking for the red glow outlining the tip of his cigarette burning in the dark summer night. I knew he was out there in the yard, sitting by himself quietly, in the white wooden rocker. I didn’t realize he could see me against the light illuminating from...
5 Packing ‘Must Haves’ For A Trip To Normandy, France

5 Packing ‘Must Haves’ For A Trip To Normandy, France

1. American Flag Apparel During D-Day, the towns in Normandy fill-up with American and French veterans, American soldiers and families who are visiting for all of the remembrance celebrations and ceremonies. American Flag apparel was a big hit while our crew was...
Good is Too Often Interred with the Bones

Good is Too Often Interred with the Bones

This content was originally posted in BORN TO RUN! as “BLOGGING THOUGHTS ABOUT VETERAN’S DAY 2018-2019” and has been reposted with the author’s permission. I worked out this blog entry while jogging my 3 miles for the day.  Though, now sitting...
Auld Lang Syne

Auld Lang Syne

A new year has begun and I am sure quite a few of us started the year singing Auld Lang Syne. I am just guessing here but most everyone, myself included, only knows the first bit and then some of the chorus. However, this Scottish tune speaks to taking time to...