Wednesday’s Hero

This post was suggested by Kathi Sgt. Maj. Jon Cavaiani 70 years old from Stanford, California August 2, 1943 - July 29, 2014 When Sergeant Cavaiani and the remaining platoon members could not halt the enemy advance, he ordered his men to escape while he laid down covering fire. As they ran, the citation said, he "recovered a machine gun, stood up, … [Read more...]

Maintenance Steps For Your Washing Machine

 A washing machine is undoubtedly one of the most functional and important appliances throughout your home. When purchasing washing machines, it would be best to opt for those that have high energy efficiency and environment protection ratings. These traits will allow you to clean larger loads of laundry at once and a positive efficiency rating … [Read more...]

I’m Not Cute!

Welcome back Baby Owl!  With visions of himself a huge scary sleep sharp-eyed hunting machine, the adorable little creature goes out for a walk in the woods.  Every animal he meets thinks he is so cute, fluffy, and hugable.  Baby Owl doesn't want to be any of those things, so he shouts "I'm not cute!" Then mom comes along and she agrees before … [Read more...]

Wednesday’s Hero

This post was suggested by Michael Tech Sgt. Charles Coolidge 92 years old from Chattanooga, Tennessee 3rd Battalion, 141st Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division Tech Sgt. Charles Coolidge was born in 1921 in Tennessee, where he still live and works in the family business. In 2006 he was awarded the Légion d'honneur by officials of the French … [Read more...]