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Friday, September 2, 2005--
Today was my last day teaching Physics at Fremont. The past two weeks
have been challenging! Started studying for the CSET test. Have two
large books to read. I have been exchanging e-mails with my father, who
is onboard a Navy ship. Had a nice long chat with cousin Virginia.
Virginia and great-great-aunt Ruth are the only two living
grandchildren of my 3rd great-grandfather, Joseph Whitfield Hallford.
Cousin Virginia has 18 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and three
great-great-grandchildren. She has been keeping quit active, and
visiting the family for the past several weeks. Dara and Ben have been
working with Tim for the past several weeks.
Saturday, September 3, 2005--
We have a new guitar player at church, Tim. His wife also plays the
guitar and violin. Both are very gifted at playing musical instruments
and singing. Pastor Rick preached, "We Need A Miracle." Dara went to
another LAN party. Mike is in Colorado now. The boys spoke with grandma
Mary Ellen. She has been doing lots of yardwork lately.
Thursday, September 8, 2005--
I've been communicating with my father via e-mail for the past month or
so. He is working on a top-secret Navy Missile Tracker, where he's been
for several years. Benjamin wants grandpa to be at his baptism.
Sunday, September 18, 2005--
Spoke with cousin Virginia. She told me that she has
18 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and three
great-great-grandchildren. One of her 2nd greats was born several
months ago. Viginia is always such an encouragement. She gives me
spiritual strength, much like great-great-aunt Ruth.
Wednesday, September 21, 2005--
Today is See You At The Pole Day. My job assignment was at East Union
High, and I arrived at the flag pole about 7:01. There were already at
least 50 people there, mostly students. At 7:10, there must have been
around 100 people at the pole, and before the bell rang to leave for
classes, there were around 200 people at the pole. This was my first
time for the See You At The Pole Day. It was a great experience. Seeing
so many people standing up for their faith is a great encouragement!
Friday, September 23, 2005--
The three of us went to MJC for the Sierra Nevada lecture and slides.
The presentation was very informative, regarding issues of
clear-cutting, and ecological issues that must be addressed, in order
to preserve the wilderness, and keep our waters clean.
Saturday, September 24, 2005--
Dara, Ben and daddy went to the carnival next door at St. Joseph's. Had
lots of fun. The boys did the boxing sticks, where you stand on a pole,
holding onto these big poles, trying to knock your opponent off the
pole. The boys really liked the jumping houses. Played some of the
games. Benny won prize tickets and went on one of the rides.
Wednesday, September 28, 2005
-- Took my van into Jose's shop. Two of the motor mounts were
completely broken!! One of the mounts had actually broken apart, and
pieces missing!! Amazing that I was driving around with two motor
Thursday, September 29, 2005--
Today we went swimming, and what a big surprise! When I jumped into the
pool, it was quite a shock!! The heater was not working, and the water
was very cold!!! We finally got used to the cold water though, and swam
around for about 30 minutes. (The heater was out for about two weeks).
Made my homemade nochos when we got home. September passed by so
quickly! Benny's been listening to the Bible stories on the telephone,
sponsered by Child Evangelism Fellowship.
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