(I hit my first eagle today on the par-five first golf hole at Los Amigos Country Club in Downey, California.  After a good drive and second shot, I hit my new hybrid club from 150 yards.  The ball flew straight toward the middle of the green.  My playing partner said: "It hit the pin."  When we walked onto the green, we could not see a ball.  It was in the hole.  [JAM 6/6/2014]

My sister Betty Lou (Moore) Wolfe died in Tucson, Arizona at the age of 65.  [JAM 7/19/2014]

Memorial for Betty Wolfe in Tucson, Arizona on August 2, 2014: "On behalf of my father Homer Moore and my sister Linda Hartman, and in memory of our mother, Nyla Moore, we thank you for attending this memorial for Betty Wolfe.  We all thank Betty's son, Brian and his wife, Melissa for making these arrangements.  My sister was a dancer.  She was a bowler.  She was a volleyball player.  She was an embroiderer, an artist, and a maker of Halloween costumes.  She loved to be with family and friends, the more the better.  We grew up in Norwalk, California.  Betty was three years behind me in school.  We went to Anna M. Glazier elementary school, Los Alisos Junior High and Norwalk High School where Betty graduated with the class of 1967.  After high school, she attended Cerritos College to be a hair stylist.  But soon, she married Jon and they raised three children in Westminster and Lake Elsinore, and then retired in a big beautiful home in Lake Havasu.  Betty loved her children Brian, Kimberly & Lowanda and she loved her grandchildren Kendra & Kylie, Riis & Bryce, Austin, Leyci & Ethyn.  She would do anything possible to make their lives better.  Betty had many problems in the last few years but those are all gone now.  Our job is to remember the good times and to remember her smiling face when she was always so happy to see us."  Following me at the podium were Brian Wolfe, Kitty Wolfe, Jessica Wolf, Kendra Heyden, Kylie Heyden, Kimberly Heyden, Jon Wolfe, Linda Hartman and Melissa Wolfe.

This is the the third bookcase that I built for the Cerritos house.  Lorna needed some storage space in her sewing room.  [JAM 6/13/2020]