Monthly Archives: May 2014

Springtime blossoms

Springtime has finally arrived in Milwaukee.  Just in time for Memorial Day 🙂 Our crab apple tree is blossoming, although the show this year is a little sparse. I’d forgotten that it seems to have an alternating cycle, producing lots … Continue reading

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Three Memorials: The 32nd Infantry, Patrick Lucey, and Dontre Hamilton

On my Starbucks run while taking a break from making up the final exam for my political science class, I was struck by this sight. The granite arrow honors the 32nd Infantry Division of the U.S. Army National Guard, made up … Continue reading

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Desire, Believe and Achieve

Originally posted on OdesIsPro:
When you set a goal you can reach a goal.  My only goal was a happy picture.  A picture where the bit of scene made me smile.  I recognize that as of late I can look…

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Wisconsin Road Trips

For today’s post, head over to my Milwaukee School of Engineering blog.  Julie Henning, a graduate of MSOE’s Technical Communication program, is now a travel journalist and entrepreneur.  Last Friday she was a guest on Wisconsin Public Radio talking about … Continue reading

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