TXP: Greetings From Alaska

This week’s TXP comes from Dawn in Eagle River, Alaska.  Dawn and her three boys are standing under the engine of a C-17 during the Arctic Thunder Air Show at Elmendorf Air Force Base.

By the way, you don’t want to make a C-17 angry.

Speaking of things you don’t want to make angry…

Dawn has her hands full with these three little rascals.  When they aren’t wrangling snakes, the boys are slithering along the ice chasing after pucks.

Which is why Dawn sent me this t-shirt from the Harry J. McDonald Memorial Center.  The Mac Center is where the boys play their hockey.   Talk about a nice home rink…a 38,000-square-foot, 700-seat facility that houses an Olympic-size ice sheet, a community meeting room with a walking/jogging track that runs around the perimeter.

That’s me at Jamsil Baseball Stadium, enjoying the end of the regular season for the Korean Baseball Organization.  The SK Wyverns (my favorite KBO team) battled the LG Twins to a 5-5 draw.  During the regular season if a game is still tied after 12 innings, it goes into the books as a draw.

Thanks to Dawn and her boys for the shirt and participating in the TXP.  Dawn has been a good friend for a long time and a true fan of SEE.  You should check out the other cool people and the t-shirts we have swapped here.  To have your shirt featured as part of the TXP, check out this post for details.

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One response to “TXP: Greetings From Alaska

  1. NunzioF scrive:Credo che li molto più che altrove si percepisca un’altra idea di Chiesa.La Chiesa dei principi (l&as217;#s8istenza al prossimo, la carità) che si scontra con la quella deella forma e della ritualità o quella del palazzo (o dei palazzi data l’attualità a cui ti riferivi).Rileggere la Regola di Agostino riesce a spiegare quello che tu stai vivendo oggi. Non riesce invece a giustificare l’altra parte dell’oceano. ciao

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