Day 2 – Mississippi and Louisiana

Day 2 – Mississippi and Louisiana

Today I decided to go off course. When I found out my Army Band Director was one and a half hours away, I asked the crew what they all wanted to do. Carl, Debbie, Flo and Rita all said they wanted to go with me so we jumped in the car and off we went. Our house has a...
New Orleans – Day One

New Orleans – Day One

Today we all decided to go to the WWII Museum. We wanted to know more about the history of our WWII veterans. We started down our long road to town – we are on Venetian Island in a Big house with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. There are 8 of us staying here and boy do we...
Veterans Day – On The Run

Veterans Day – On The Run

We began this morning at 8:00 am and haven’t looked back. Dropped my Rue off so Stacey and Jay could baby sit. I know I will miss her like crazy but there was just too much going on. We got to the Tuleburg Quilt Show in Stockton at 9:45am and before I knew it, I was...

Happy 4th of July

Day 5 – Vietnam Moving Wall Well, I can honestly say that freedom is not free. To spend 5 days at the Vietnam Moving Wall and watch the veterans and people touch the Wall, look for names and then cry, makes you realize even more the price of freedom. Monday, Flo...

Day 4 – Vietnam Moving Wall

We started a little later as it was Sunday and I had told the QOH crew that since Sundays are always slow, we could go later. We got there about 9:30am and boy was I wrong. We couldn’t even get the booth set up and they were buying pins and t-shirts. Flo, Debbie and...

Day 3 – Saturday at the Vietnam Moving Wall

Boy, what a day of remembrance. We started early and never looked back. We gave out so many quilts that I lost count. We had a great crew, Flo, Debbie, Joyce, Renee, Linda, Rick, Val, Peg, Karen and Barbara. At times it took all of us. We were awarding quilts and...