Posted by: jj4hww | July 29, 2009

Meet Mr Mom

my life took a drastic turn… I went from free spirit hardcore biker to apron wearing Mr Mom…

You cant imagine the challenges I find alonmg the way… I will be writing about it on a regular basis and looking to keep everyone up to date about my life of being Mr Mom

Posted by: jj4hww | July 29, 2009

Biker Wedding

Well my one year anniversary is fastly approaching so I decided to do a tell all with pictures from the wedding that made the local papers…. Thats right the local paper came out to interveiw me and my wife after we had a Biker Wedding check out all the juicy gossip and pictures

Even our preacher rode a harley…

Well In Honor Of Their Service

I received an email titled TAPS Where did it come from… Well it is truely an amazing story that unfolded in the email which sparked em to do alot of researching of where it did truely come from…

Here is the story I found in my email that day not long ago…

Reportedly, it all began in 1862 during the Civil War, when Union Army Captain Robert Ellicombe was with his men near Harrison’s Landing in Virginia . The Confederate Army was on the other side of the narrow strip of land.

During the night, Captain Ellicombe heard the moans of a soldier who lay severely wounded on the field. Not knowing if it was a Union or Confederate soldier, the Captain decided to risk his life and bring the stricken man back for medical attention. Crawling on his stomach through the gunfire, the Captain reached the stricken soldier and began pulling him toward his encampment.

When the Captain finally reached his own lines, he discovered it was actually a Confederate soldier, but the soldier was dead.

The Captain lit a lantern and suddenly caught his breath and went numb with shock. In the dim light, he saw the face of the soldier. It was his own son. The boy had been studying music in the South when the war broke out. Without telling his father, the boy
enlisted in the Confederate Army.

The following morning, heartbroken, the father asked permission of his superiors to give his son a full military burial, despite his enemy status. His request was only partially granted.

The Captain had asked if he could have a group of Army band members play a funeral dirge for his son at the funeral.

The request was turned down since the soldier was a Confederate.

But, out of respect for the father, they did say they could give him only one musician.

The Captain chose a bugler. He asked the bugler to play a series of musical notes he had
found on a piece of paper in the pocket of the dead youth’s uniform.

This wish was granted.

haunting melody, we now know as ‘Taps’ used at military funerals was born.

The True Story Of TAPS… the facts I uncovered were fascinating and I have written a detail article on them for your reading pleasure…

Posted by: jj4hww | July 27, 2009

Supporting Wounded Warriors

One of the biggest things we do as a family is support our brave men and women of the Armed Forces. I am a United States Army veteran and strongly believe that we must stand behind our soldiers, weither we agree or not about the war on terriorism, weither we are repulican or democrat we must show our support and not jkust give them lip service.

We support the wounded warrior project and started a small business call we sell flags on ebay and through our own store. carries many different style military flags and cover all 5 branchs of the Armed Forces.

Now money is one way to support the wounded warriors but we plan to take more trips to Walter Reed Hospital and try to bring a small smile to some of their faces.

Wounded Warriors paid a huge price to give all Americans  freedoms we sometimes take for granted… As a veteran I am proud to support them in any small way I can,

In Memory Of Their Service