Well, here we are in June once again. We've lost several personal friends last month so it wasn't a good month at all. One of the friends we lost, Gary Dingey was only 36 years old. He died suddenly of a heart attack. He was a hard worker and was planning to get married this summer. So sad. Another friend, Judy Ball passed away after a hard fought battle with cancer over several years. Judy was my wife's best friend. They knew each other for well over 30 years.
This month we pay tribute to actress Carole Lombard, a good actress and a great American. She was the wife of actor Clark Gable.
But, before we get started, I want to ask why some of the southern states are removing statues of General Lee and others? Plus they are taking down the Confederate flags on government buildings and the government is not telling them to. This is being done so that they can forget the wrongs that they did with slavery over 100 years ago. They think if they remove the symbols, all is forgiven and forgotten. Sorry, Germany tried this with the Nazi flag and symbols. It's actually against the law now in Germany to even own a Nazi flag or to display anything Nazi related. However, like it or not, it will always be Germany's history the same as the Confederate flag will be the history of the south. Removing a few statues and flags won't change that fact. And remember, the democrats are the one's calling for the removal. But it was the democrats who caused all of the problems. Check your history!
Okay, enough of that. Let's get started with our "Pictures of t he Month"...