labor and painting

Making plans to go down to San Diego this weekend to visit with and do yardwork for my dad. Metrolink in the morning, I’ll have to get on the first train at about 6:30am. That will get me to Oceanside by 10:00am, just in time to pull weeds, fix fences, move rocks, etc. Chop wood, carry water. My dad wants me to go down to Rosarito with him, that might happen Friday when I arrive. There’s labor to do down there as well, he’s got a little trailer by the beach, kind of cool. This week raced by with not enough sleep. Painting a portrait for an exhibition…

TO NEVER FORGET: FACES OF THE FALLEN

This exhibit, to date, has 1,483 portraits of American servicemen and women of American servicemen and women who have lost their lives while serving in Iraq.
Help us with this remembrance of those who have lost their lives. This traveling exhibit will be on display in the Nichols Gallery, Pitzer College from October 7 – November 11, 2005.

College of Marin: To Never Forget – Faces of the Fallen Exhibit

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