Hope you all enjoyed the Veterans Day weekend. Did anyone do anything special? My junior friend, Barbara “Bee”, invited me to visit the Veterans hospital this morning in Palo Alto(photo of building is below). I had the opportunity to listen to many stories about WW2, the Vietnam War, and the Korean War, which was both equally interesting and sad. Some men had many physical disabilities which was sad to see, but everyone was proud of the dedication and bravery that the Veterans had. In the end, although this was a short visit, I’m glad that I got the chance to speak to many of them. I hope that others somehow thanked the Veterans for their sacrifice and service!
Also, I would like to talk about the upcoming plans that my family and I have been working on. Currently, I have been talking with a family friend from MA about getting some tablets out to Haiti. We have been speaking on a regular basis, and he has brought many great ideas! I am very glad to have met someone who is very skilled in technology and is also very willing to help. Anyway, I will be releasing more information about these tablets once I get a prototype in the next week or so(apps, costs, etc). Additionally, I have been working with some friends towards creating a club at my school. I hope to make this club official by the start of January!
Thank you for continuing to read these blogs!
“Never in the history of the world has any soldier sacrificed more for the freedom and liberty of total strangers than the American soldier”. -Zell Miller