Archive for December 2015

Delayed Gratitude From A Pearl Harbor Baby

Delayed Gratitude From A Pearl Harbor Baby
Today is my birthday. I’m a Pearl Harbor baby. Although I was born many years after the Japanese attacks in Hawaii, that is what my father always called me. His Pearl Harbor baby. A bittersweet term of affection from a WWII veteran to his little girl. A term that confused me as a child. A term... Read more »

Peace for the World and the Orphan Of San Bernadino

Peace for the World and the Orphan Of San Bernadino
“We used to wonder where war lived, what it was that made it so vile. And now we realize that we know where it lives. . .inside ourselves.”  — Albert Camus.  In California, a six-month-old baby girl cries for her parents. Waits, for a mother and father who will never come. She is a victim... Read more »