David, we care about you and the memories you share here. We thought you'd like to look back on this post from 6 years ago.Our first time eating out together since Feb 26th 2020. At Fireside Pies in Grapevine on their patioJUST IN: President Biden will restrict travel from India starting Tuesday on the advice of the CDC as India battles a deadly second wave of Coronavirus infections.Well I am not a happy person. I had 3 cat-scans MRI and about 9 xrays and the doctor still has not find what the problem is going on with my healthNo Forklift Fail Friday this week (unless something happens in the next few hours). Our forklift operators have been practicing safe forking!RIP Tom Jackson who we lost 1 year ago today to this terrible virus (1944-2020). Mask Up, Pandemic is Not Over. We have had a terrible tragedy in our family this week. Our daughter Madeleine died of Covid-19 on April 28. Many of you know Madeleine was not our biological daughter (she was our "ward" by law and our daughter by love) but rather she was our niece. After their parents died on Pan-Am Flight 103 with their brother Michael when they were young children, Madeleine and her brother Daniel became our children just like Christie, Jessica and Doug. Madeleine's brother Daniel, our adopted son, and his wife, Paige, our beloved daughter-in-law, have written a tribute that I could not improve upon so I'm posting it below. Our daughter in law Paige lost her father in the same horrific tragedy in 1988. We are all devastated."I want to help with the criminal justice reform. I want to be a part of it," said Rep. Troy E. Nehls (R-Tex.) to President Biden in a brief exchange after the president's speech Wednesday to a joint session of Congress.Nice break to a hectic week!!! Enjoy the weekend!!!Kamala Harris is set to make her first visit to Zanesville, Ohio as VP, and her first in-person appearance in the city in over 3 years.So glad to be vaccinated. Looking forward to going back to a more normal, less-mask-wearing life! Very sad news, Michael Fannon, Class of 2019, died suddenly yesterday morning at his home in Akron, Ohio. The family is working to arrange a funeral that can be safely attended by all without risking a virus spread. We will be posting details over the weekend. We want to thank all from his former high school, Commonwealth Academy, who have reached out today and lowered flags at the school. Despite his learning and emotional disabilities Michael always tried his hardest. Sadly the emotional struggles were too much in the end. If anyone is feeling suicidal feelings or know someone who is please know help is a phone call away at 1-800-273-8255 and others can be found at this directory--https://vigyaa.io/helplines God Bless all of You (from the family of Michael R. Fannon). Tom Connelly: Supporting Small Businesses in Akron and Nearby Towns Since 1996. This is my view from my office for today￼￼!!!.