In honor of Veteran’s Day, I’m sharing a newspaper article from 1945 about my paternal grandfather, Melvin Synovec (click for bigger image). St. Sgt. Melvin Synovec, writing to his sister, Mrs. Anton Kouba, tells of life in a German army camp near the Danube river in Austria. He describes the scenery as beautiful, but says […]
Ever since the medium told me that finding loose change was a sign of my dad showing himself to me, I continue to find change in strange places, and my brother kept finding change at my dad’s house. I kid you not that every time my brother went to visit the house since Dad died, […]
And Dicker’s house is going down… Going… Going… Gone. There is no more 334 East Nebraska Street. When my brother builds, the house will face a different direction and thus have a new house number on a different street with a new address.
I decided to do a drive by and take a few last photos of my dad’s house before it gets torn down this week as it was a house I kept returning to throughout the years. I first lived there with my mom and dad and little brother. When my parents got divorced, mom moved […]