Memories of Those Who Make Us Who We Are

By | Jul 31, 2008

Life is filled with those who shape us. Some may know that they are shaping you by their actions. Such as a teacher or business mentor. Part of what they are trying to do in their attempt to succeed is to help you improve yourself. But sometimes the most important ones are those who are […]

Dover, Delaware – A Capital City

By | Jul 30, 2008

Dover, is the county seat of Kent County, Delaware. A neighboring county is Kent County, Maryland which makes its one of the few counties in the United States to border a county of another state with the same name. Dover not only is the county seat for Kent County it also serves as the State […]

NASA is 50 in 2008 Too

By | Jul 29, 2008

Along with people such as Madonna, Michael Jackson, Jamie Lee Curtis and Prince, NASA is also celebrating it’s 50 years as an agency. On July 29, 1958, Congress created the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) when President Dwight Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act. NASA officially began operations on October 1, 1958, […]

Miami Dolphins

By | Jul 27, 2008

The Miami Dolphins became a member of the American Football League when they expanded in 1965, playing their first regular season game on September 2, 1966 against The Oakland Raiders. Even though Joe Auer returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for the Dolphins first Touch Down the Dolphins lost the game 23-14. They currently play […]

Quotes about Thursday

By | Jul 24, 2008

“If I love you Wednesday, What is that to you? I do not love you Thursday – so much is true.” – Edna St Vincent Millay “‘Twas on a Holy Thursday, their innocent faces clean, The children walking two and two, in red and blue and green.” – William Blake “Liverpool can be very lonely […]

Accomack County Virginia

By | Jul 23, 2008

Accomack County, as it is today, was last formally established in 1671. In 1634 the Eastern Shore of Virginia was one of the original eight shires of Virginia and was name Accomac Shire after the Native American word Accawacke, which means “across the water”. The British decided to eliminate ‘heathen’ names in the New World […]

400 and Counting

By | Jul 20, 2008

I just realized that this past Friday was the 400th post here at 6 Things To Consider. Wow, have I really done that many in the in the past 20 months. It’s been a good time and the times are just beginning. I don’t have any plans to stop. Would I like to have more […]

Cambridge, Maryland – An Eastern Shore Town in Change

By | Jul 16, 2008

Cambridge Maryland is the county seat of Dorchester County. Cambridge was laid out as a town in 1684 and is one of the oldest towns in Maryland and on the Delmarva Peninsula. Incorporated by the State of Maryland in 1793. As a port town it was said to have one of the safest ports in […]

Top Songs of the Disco Era

By | Jul 12, 2008

Near the end of the Disco Era, Casey Kasem’s America Top 40 did a countdown of the top songs of the Era. This is where this list originated. these are songs that living through the Era, are hard not to know and in some ways remember. But for me I continued to listen to Rock, […]

Virginia’s Eastern Shore

By | Jul 9, 2008

The Eastern Shore of Virginia is a 70 miles long strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay. It’s a small portion of Virginia with a population of a little over 50 thousand and sits at the southern tip of the Delmarva Peninsula. The land border between Virginia and Maryland starts on […]

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