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My American dream my parents were Italian immigrants from Naples after WWII they wanted to have a traditional blast of an Italian wedding but there was a caste struggle among the Russo's and the Espositos so they eloped from NYC to Clearwater Florida All alone they...
Family looks like most families today. I have a daughter who lives in Oakland, CA and two sons with their families who live in Memphis, TN and Jonesborough, TN. I don't get to see my four grandchildren as much as I would like to. My wife...
At this point in my life I'm retired but still like to engage in some manual labor like woodworking. I'm also a good writer and love to read good books. I'm currently doing book reviews for The Christian Science Monitor.
My American dream is that our country is open to everyone who wants to make a positive contribution. I grew up in Detroit where my friends were Polish, Hungarian, Korean, German, Russian, Italian. Their dads worked for the car industry. We played together and shared our...
To me, work means being creative and expressing order, intelligence, and joy. It means working with others to create something positive and that will make life better for others.
When I step outside my door I feel like I'm stepping out on an alien planet and I feel frightened. There is something out there that I can't see, smell, hear or feel and I know it's ready to kill me. It's already killed millions and...
I never expected I was born on a river bottom farm in Pickett County far from the noise of the city. I lived with my parents and and six older brothers. It was a happy home/work place where everyone shared in the chores. In 1943 my...
I never expected to be one of my church historians. This year our church is celebrating its bicentennial. I am chairman of a group that are publishing a book about the history of our church.
At this point in my life , the American Dream is to live life to the maximum potential by finishing school and attaining a Doctorates degree, making memories, making sure my family is healthy, and most importantly being happy.
My American dream is to heal my body completely so that I am able to dance, dance, dance. Three years ago I couldn't walk a block in NYC because of the pain and issues I was dealing with. I could also no longer fulfill my passion...