I am a real dogPublished on July 20, 2019 by Marica Powerline’s The Week in PicturesShare responsibly!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...Related, or so WordPress thinks! Post navigation ← “No society Announcement! → 5 ResponsesRan across this blog today: https://morningglory2.wordpress.com/It appears that the last entry was in 2010, and there was an indication of ill health, although reading down a bit, she doesn’t appear to be all that old. So why she discontinued, I don’t know – the indication seems to be that she had taken a break and was starting again. I’m only adding the link because it seemed to me that her entry on some of the differences between north and south (she is a New Jersey girl transplanted to North Carolina) might be as entertaining to you as it is to me. I’ve only read a dozen or so of her entries, but it’s light and easy to read, so I’ve put it on my list. I think you might find it entertaining as well, if you have time for some light reading after studying for your Ham radio tests!!Loading...I skimmed a bit.Oh oh.Lorrie Jean Blackburn age 58 of Sanford, North Carolina passed away on Monday (November 7, 2016) at Central Carolina Hospital in Sanford following a lengthy illness. Lorrie was preceded in death by her parents Robert Wesley Blackburn and Shirley Ash Langton. Lorrie was born in Everette, WA and Raised in Stockholm NJ where she attended Pope John XXIII High School. Lorrie earned her Associates Degree from Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA. She later earned her Bachelor’s degree from Montreat College in Montreat, NC. Lorrie once proudly served as the first female firefighter in Franklin Lakes, NJ and was an active member of the Moose Lodge of Sanford. Lorrie is survived by her son, Sean Murphy of Nashua, NH, her daughter Jean Brayton of Sanford, her grandson Ian Brayton, her sister Robyn Clark of Sanford, nieces, nephews, and many extended family and friends. The Family will receive friends from 1:00 to 2:00 PM on Saturday, November 12th at Smith Funeral Home in Broadway NC. Visitation will be followed by a Memorial service at 2:00 PM. There will also be a casual gathering of remembrance at 5:00 pm at the Moose Lodge of Sanford, 831 Woodland Avenue in Sanford. Online condolences can be made at http://www.smithfuneralhomebroadway.com. Memorial service arrangements are by the Smith Funeral home of Broadway. Rest in peace Lorrie, you will be missed by all who knew you.Loading...I did see the diffs btw North & South and she was on the money.Here’s the sad thing. Wonder if the decision to not take her blog down was deliberate or just no one thought to do it? I think the dot wordpress is the free platform version, so no subscription to re-up. Maybe they’re keeping it up so the little fellow can read it?Loading...That would be a good thing.58. Funny how things change as I get older. Once upon a time, I would have thought 58 was pretty good age for end of life. Almost 60. Now it seems young to die.Loading...As I am 60, it seems way too young.Loading... Comments are closed.