Photo Friday-Luminous

This week’s Photo Friday challenge:’Luminous’.

luminous: adjective
1.radiating or reflecting light; shining; bright big tummy.
2.lighted up or illuminated; well-lighted: the luminous BengalBrat.

SonnyBob glows in this Luminous photo.
On week two of his diet, SonnyBob has gained a half pound…
Pet pounds her head on the wall trying to figure out where he’s snitching chow from….She does not want another “talking too” from the vet…
Pet wishes that TheMasterOfTheUniverse had taken him…. because HE’S the one who thinks it’s cute when SonnyBob eats nachos, tacos, you name it that HE feeds him…..Big Sigh!

Guess What Thursdays-Tigger Roars

It’s been rainy, and overcast this last week in Florida.
While the plants are enjoying a break from the drought, the rest of us are making do with naps and catching up on some reading material.

Tigger was especially comfortable today, until the flash got him..

A Comfy nap… All is Quiet!

Tigger Roars!

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Wednesday Hero-Sgt. James Muldoon

Sgt. James P. Muldoon
Sgt. James P. Muldoon
23 years old from Bells, Texas
1st Battalion, 68th Combined Arms Regiment, 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division
June 29, 2006
U.S. Army

Sgt. James Muldoon was born in Denver, Colorado but settled in Bells, Texas. He died on June 29, 2006 from injuries he suffered during a raid on a safe house in Baqubah, Iraq. For his actions that day, Sgt. Muldoon was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star with Valor.

James Muldoon loved the Broncos. “He played football and track when he was in high school, and he was a big football fan, a big Broncos fan,” said his widow. “He’s always liked them since he was little.” “He was a joker, constantly, and he was a fun guy, and loved his family.” Sgt. Muldoon left behind a wife and daughter, who turned 8 this year, and his parents.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives just so others may get to enjoy freedom. For that I am proud to call them Hero.
Those Who Say That We’re In A Time When There Are No Heroes, They Just Don’t Know Where To Look

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