This week's items are bokeh, statues, flying high, remember, and process of elimination
Process of elimination
See original photo below..took away the handle
On my son's wedding day, he had my father's pocket watch that had been given to him by his mother. Now as the story goes, my father carried this with him all through WWII. He was in the Bataan Death March, and a POW for 42 months. I don't know how he kept this hidden, but it was something he cherished. In his will he left it to his first born grandson. I waited until his wedding day to pass it on to him. He also wore one of my father's medals from the war.
This was taken from the hot air balloon that I was in. Such a wonderful experience. Flying above the clouds in a silent balloon. The early morning air so crisp and clean.
This is Robin Yount's statue. Famous Milwaukee Brewer. When our son was little and went to spring training, he got to be the ball boy for the Brewers. One time when we were vacationing in Hawaii, there was a young couple with two small children playing in the waves. My son informed me it was Robin Yount. I doubted him, but later when the young man split his head open on the boogie board, he approached us to see if we had a first aid kit because my husband was wearing a Brewers hat. My son definitely had a "I told you so minute"