“Nolan stressed that she is very concerned with “safety and security” and concerned that, somehow, someone could wrongly interpret an image of a gun emblazoned with the universal sign for prohibiting something.
“I think the general public will be alarmed by it and wonder if people have been allowed to bring guns to school in the past,” Nolan also fretted.”
She said she would prefer “something more subtle.”
Home from the hospital last week. Rehab began in the hospital and in-home the day after I got home.
Today the nurse removed my staples. The first one stung a little bit and one about midway down didn’t actually hurt but it was more than a sting. But really no big deal at all. 😄
The refrigerator had a leak. The repairman was here from 2:30-3:30.
This Animated Data Visualization of World War 2 Fatalities Is Somewhat Shocking.
The video begins by counting the number of deaths during Word War 2. But by 14:18, it shows how truly blessed we are today. And by 16:35, I’m hopeful for our future…
It’s seems like only a few years since the early morning wake up call from your daddy saying, “It’s Time!” I asked if he meant this morning or now and he replied “Right Now! Bye!” He spoke more in 5 words than some people say in 5 pages of words. Your parents and Brittany headed across town not even taking time to drop off Brittany or, to here Brittany tell it, to stop for red lights. That probably explains why the family who lived 10 miles to the hospital beat the aunt who lived 4 blocks away.
I found Brittany sitting alone in the waiting room without any lights. I turned on the lights and we sorted out why she wasn’t at MiMi’s house (I had to come. I coudn’t stan it!”), and 31 minutes after I walked in the door we overheard staff saying you were here. Your dad walked out a few minutes later and I don’t think I’d ever seen him grin so big. For a man who was always smiling that really says something!
Happy Birthday, BD!