Gaza and the Manassas (Battle of Bull Run) National Battlefield Park
Snow Day, Day of Contemplation


Stepping Thru

I admire the Coach. He is hard working yet really knows how to relax. I wish I could learn to relax.

Liz A.

Oh, this one is easy compared to some of the questions.

My husband. He put himself through school and was gainfully employed by 22. The motivation he showed for his job and his patience that it takes to stay married to me surprises me almost daily.

Twenty Four At Heart

I admire my parents. They've been married over 50 years and gone through so much together. They are remarkable people.

Laura of Rebellious Thoughts of a Woman

I admire my younger daughter who seems to have not let the turmoil of her home life turn her into an unhappy person. She remains a bright, charming, mischevious young woman who will know (I hope I hope I hope) how to handle herself well, with all types of people.


I admire my husband who thinks things through, who has endless patience with the chaos that comes with being the step-father of teens, and who loves me no matter what.
I wish I could have his ability to completely focus on one thing at a time:-)


I admire my dad. He's the only man in the world I really admire and trust. Unfortunately I did not inherited any qualities from him. I wish I had. Ciao. Antonella

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