Theme: What animal would you be?A black panther.If I were a black panther I could really scare my sister and do whatever I want.
Theme: What bothers you?When I can’t get my GI Joe guy’s back pack to stay on.
John Paul Rhodes (Srodkowski / Sarcopski) John you are not forgotten This is a memorial post for my Uncle John Paul Rhodes. I never had the chance to meet him or I do not remember as I was very young at the time of his death in 1985. I hope I have the chance to…… Continue reading John Paul Rhodes (Srodkowski / Sarcopski)
This is a memorial post for my Mom’s friend Bobby Kelley from Bellaire, Ohio who died in Vietnam on July 22, 1970. I write this post after a long discussion with my mother about graveyards and how everyone had life experiences, loved and were loved, but how everyone will be forgotten after just a few…… Continue reading Memorial Post – Robert (Bobby) George Kelley
Steven Michael Srodkowski (Sarcopski / Rhodes) Steven you are not forgotten This is a memorial post for my Uncle Steven who I never had the chance to meet. He was born on November 29th, 1950 and died on December 23rd, 1950 due to broncho pneumonia. He was only 24 days old. I want to ensure…… Continue reading Steven Michael Srodkowski (Sarcopski / Rhodes)
This is a memorial post for my Great-Grandfather Feliks (Felix) Sarcopski Birth 1891 in Grochowalsk, Poland Departed Hamburg, Germany on August 12th, 1905 Arrived in New York, New York on August 24th, 1905 Occupation: Coal Miner Wife: Salumeja Srodkowska – 1889 – 1936 Died on February 24th, 1949 Grave Location: https://goo.gl/maps/BkhjynMwbWR2 I wonder what it must…… Continue reading Feliks (Felix) Sarcopski
Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Curtin 1946 Concord Rd. Columbus, OH Dear Mom and Dad, Here it is Christmas Eve and I could think of a few places I’d rather be tonight than where I am but there will be wars eh! The other day I received a whole bunch of letters and I really was…… Continue reading Robert Curtin – Christmas Eve – World War Two letter
Thursday evening May 11, 1944 Dear Mom, I’m writing this letter just for you Mom. You know, as I sit here I keep trying to think of the words to tell you how grateful I am to God for giving me the most wonderful mother in the world and no matter how much I think…… Continue reading Robert Curtin – Mother’s Day – World War Two letter