It’s Veteran’s Day, and if you don’t know Travis Mills
Last week, a lively conversation unfolded
My thoughts, first and foremost, are with the men and women who risked everything over there on my behalf.
Here’s an idea that’s too good not to steal. Please give this a quick read, and then follow the nice policeman’s suggestion. However, after you sign your name to the card, along with TC’s, please add, “Mike Rowe and all his little Facebook Friends…” Trust me, it’ll be hysterical. And very much appreciated… Thanks, Mike Bangor Maine Police Department December 3 at 3:28 AM · We would have to say that one of our favorite “things” this Christmas is The Travis Mills Foundation. Yeah, we still refer to it as Christmas. Mainly because if you tell folks just to stop Read More
Last season on Returning The Favor we featured SSG Travis Mills
Studies show, the more people know Travis, the more people want to be better versions of themselves.
Last night at Loch Bar in Baltimore, a guy named Chris Santiago walked over to my table
Tomorrow is Veterans Day,
Longtime friends of this page will recall an encounter I wrote about on Memorial Day, three years ago.
Couple years ago, I wrote about a random encounter with a guy named Travis Mills.
If you’re looking for a modest way to commemorate Veterans Day, get a copy and read it, post haste.
Say hi to Retired Staff Sargent Travis Mills, formerly of the 82nd Airborne, US Army. As you can see, Travis has undergone a few structural modifications, most visibly in the leg department. Likewise, his left arm is more machine than flesh, and though his right arm appears to be around my waist, it really isn’t. Like the rest of his limbs, it’s been missing in action for some time. I met Travis a few weeks ago in DC at The Science and Engineering Festival, and spent a half hour talking, mostly about Dirty Jobs. He wanted to tell me how Read More