[From the webmaster:
These few pages are all there will be. Dad passed away
June 10, 2005. We all miss him.
Her son, Peter W. Meek]
Route to a Home Page Offered in the
Middle of the Night and a Sweet
Blessing the Next Morning
All fired up and nowhere to go,
Like many unfortunate souls.
"Send me the stuff that you'd like to show.
I'll help you to reach your goals."
"I'm proud of you, soul-mate, and want you to know
I love you in all of your roles."
All fired up and ready to go.
Some loved ones just blew on the coals.
The stanzas above are serious. The rest of my light verse
is what it is called and very much so. Some of it will be
published under the heading, "it could be verse""
Bill is a farm boy, a school boy, a boy chemist, a wood
butcher, a tinkerer, a lover of books, an admirer of
strange tools and old ones, a researcher in the late
thirties on primers and primer-surfacers for automobiles,
a tin can sailor, and a researcher starting in the late
forties on a variety of chemical and instrumentation problems.
In the memoirs section.
Certainly there will have to be something on a thread
that starts with a choice in a Honolulu bookstore in 1942
and continues to the present: The six piece burr.
Two other activities should be mentioned:
and Michigan Audubon.
In a few words, how the people of the earth are going to get
along with each other and the rest of life.
Links to the pages of people special to me:
- My wife Meg's pages:
with memoirs and pages about the St Clair Flats
- My son Pete's pages:
with lots of stuff, including more Flats pages.
- My grand-daughter
with cats, school and anthropology class notes.
Created: Sat, Dec. 12, 1998, 12:25 AM EST
By: William H. Meek
Modified: 6/25/2009 12:16:56 AM
By: Peter W. Meek
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