My youngest is now a college grad. Graduated cum laude from Missouri University of Science and Technolo gy with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. He starts for Boeing next week working in the same building and program as me, the F-18 Super Hornet. Needless to say, I'm proud of him. It's been a humbling year for me... many great things have come my way and I'm very thankful. My oldest son helped bring a grandson into the world. He also recently bought his first home, just about a mile up the road from my place.
My youngest son graduated c u m laude from Missouri University of Science and Technology over the weekend with a BA in Mechanical Engineering. He starts work soon for the same company I work for (Boeing) in the same program and building as me
I took my 73 yr old father turkey hunting this spring and got to see him shoot one (and miss one). He has really bad arthritis and hadn't hunted in a long time. Even back when he did hunt, we never hunted "together". He always sent me in one direction and he went another. I built a couple easy to access and comfortable to hunt field edge blinds for him this spring and it worked out great.
Also got to spend a few days hunting with my youngest son and my brother. Called in 14 longbeards total this season and saw a few misses and watched several die
This will be a tough year to beat as far as good memories.