On July 2, 1776 the Second Continental Congress passed the resolution of independence, officially severing ties of the thirteen original colonies from the British crown. It was only on the 4th of July that Declaration of Independence, a document explaining the prior vote, was approved. I hope that this week my fellow Americans will remember our fundamental freedoms and those that defend them.
I have been traveling in the Netherlands with a stopover in Iceland, thus the Kaffitár. Look for more images from the Lowlands […]
For Episcopalians in the southeast Sewanee, the home of the University of the South, is considered the “Holy Mountain.” I am spending […]
The neighborhood I live in has a small pond, off the historic Town Branch Creek, which runs behind my house. It is […]
We took a group of students from our Presidential Leadership Academy to Gettysburg. We had a great tour with two retired colonels […]