You read somewhere in your history books about the USS Indianapolis, right? It was one of the last ships sunk during WWII, and a terrible tragedy.
Harold Ashley is a WWII veteran of the USS Indianapolis and he tells his story in Sound/Otterbein Stories.
The 2010 National Day of Listening submission
Brent took time to interview his mom, Jolene Miller, for the StoryCorps 2010 National Day of Listening. She talks about how she met Bob Miller and after 51 years of marriage lost him to an incurable lung condition. It’s the story of their Beginning and the End.
The interview is in Sound/National Day of Listening.
Just wanted to give a heads up. There are changes in the wind at DBrentMiller.com. If you’ve decided not to brave the crowds during the busiest shopping day of the year (or when you get back), take a look.
There is something about pine trees with straight trunks and few branches near the ground. The lines reach straight to the sky, towering over the surroundings.
Colorado is home to many and a destination for millions more. It offers up some of the most beautiful landscapes and places to recreate as well as meditate.
Lake Dillon, Colorado