I finally managed to do something a week ago Saturday that I had avoided for 61 years, dislocating my shoulder.  I’m sure a number of my readers have suffered various injuries akin to this over the years, it’s just amazing to me that I’ve gone this long without a “major injury” to my person, particularly when you consider that 20 years of my work history were as an aircraft mechanic on a concrete surface, with an unbelievable amount of opportunity for injury.

So, instead of doing it while on active duty, I take a misstep off of a sidewalk 19 years after retirement from active duty.  Go figure!  At any rate, that’s why it has been a while since the last post on my blog.  I don’t type well with only one hand currently available.  If it is another 61 tears till I do it again, that’s fine with me.


About Bob

Born in 1949 in Colfax, Washington. Attended grades 1-12 there, spent one year at Spokane Falls Community College, then 3 at Eastern Washington. Graduated from there with a degree in Anthropology. Married my wonderful wife in 1970, joined the US Air Force in 1971 and spent 20 years as an aircraft mechanic. Along the way had two great children, a boy then a girl, 4 grand kids and two step grands. After I retired from active duty I finally found myself a public library manager, and now after doing that for 18 years I find myself finally retired for good and all.
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