Christine Veasey at The Vet, September 1980Yesterday was a very 'baby' day in my life. I was surrounded by them almost everywhere that I went. After going to Sunday Mass we headed down I-95 and across the Walt Whitman Bridge, over to Williamstown, New Jersey and a visit with some of my wife Deb's family.Her … Continue reading Babies are always a blessing
Octuplets? That's how many?
In 1788, 29-year old Scottish poet Robert Burns sat himself down and wrote a poem that he titled 'Auld Lang Syne', which would literally translate today into "old long since", "long long ago", or even "days gone by." It was similar in phrasing and verse to a 1711 work by James Watson, and Burns himself … Continue reading Another Auld Lang Syne
Welcome to the world, little Reznor Lydon Lloyd, my second grandchild and first grandson. In fact, he is the first boy in the Veasey line since my brother Mike was born way back in 1963, breaking a 45-year old male offspring drought in the family. His dad, Bill Lloyd, and his Aunt Kelly were there … Continue reading Welcome to the world, Reznor Lydon Lloyd