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Lying there before dawn, under the rumpled covers of our bed, I squeeze the minute muscles of my eyelids in hopes of delaying the morning grind.
Have you ever lost your cell phone? You begin checking your pockets and rechecking your pockets as if maybe you missed it on the first check.
This fiscal year the Directorate of Emergency Services has towed nearly 500 vehicles alone within U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii. A recent meeting with city, county and other services revealed potentially 500-700 vehicles abandoned by service members spread throughout the island.
This month we highlight the proper process to dispose of your vehicle if you are unable to sell it, as well as the proper way to transfer the title that relinquishes you of any responsibility to the vehicle. Failing to do so could end up costing you a lot more money if the government or City and County of Honolulu is forced to dispose of your vehicle.
The respected Austrian neurologist and psychologist, whom also survived the Holocaust, Viktor E. Frankl wrote in his book Man’s Search for Meaning that, “People tend to see only the stubble fields of transitoriness but overlook and forget the full granaries of the past into which they have brought the harvest of their lives: the deeds done, the loves loved, and last but not least, the sufferings they have gone through with courage and dignity.”
Lisa Molinari Contributing writer Our youngest daughter is home from school with a concussion and a sprained ankle from a sledding accident. … The steering on the minivan isn’t working properly. … Our dog ate an entire jumbo rawhide bone in 10 minutes and has been trying to wretch it up on the carpeting. … […]
Deployed life is far different than home life. In addition to being separated from your family for 6, 9 or even 12 months, service members work an enormous number of hours per day, six or seven day per week.
So, on that ill-timed Super Bowl Sunday, while my doctor and every other red-blooded American was gobbling gallons of queso dip, I was experiencing an entirely different kind of Super Bowl Party in preparation for surgery the next morning.
Sometimes the sea of life is rough. The wind is strong. The waves are high.
Our boat is taking on water and sinking. We all know what that is like.