I've been pretty busy at work today, so light posting. However, I have some great reading for you today.
teaches at an Army post in Germany, home of much of the 1st Armored Division. He writes:
bq. Many of the seniors have spent this final year in high school with one of their parents in Iraq. Think of how tough that must be. Think of all that a typical senior has to deal with during those last nine months -- earning their credits, choosing a college, prom, etc -- and then have their father be in a war zone. A very, very tough situation.
The Army came through with a way to help those parents "attend" the graduation. Alex documented the ceremony and took some photos. One of which made me cry. Graduation in a time of war.
Bill is at it again. This time, he attends a protests and manages to interview a squirming Michael Berg.
Lt. Smash wants to know : Do you know who is teaching your children
Remember, I said required
reading. There will be a test later.