Throwing Candy

April 9, 2008

What I’ve been up to until now

Filed under: Uncategorized — erickayne @ 6:23 am

Members of Precinct 379 vote on a chair to lead their precinct at the convention March 29, 2008 at the George R. Brown Convention Center during the Texas Democratic Senate District 6 Convention. That person will also represent them in Austin for the state convention.

Members of Precinct 379 vote on a chair to lead their precinct at the convention March 29, 2008 at the George R. Brown Convention Center during the Texas Democratic Senate District 6 Convention. That person will also represent them in Austin for the state convention.

 

Nancy Whitlow, center, physical education coach at Killough Middle School, guides students on completing a flexibility test called a Sit and Reach.

Harris County sheriff’s investigators have arrested a Houston man accused of stuffing a woman in his trunk and then killing her last August. Members of the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force took custody of Brian Ranard Davis, 22, this afternoon. Davis is charged with the death of Kandus Yvonne Hightower-Sharp, 25, whose badly burned body was found just outside city limits.

The casket of Cpl. Joshua Alexander Molina, 20, who passed away on March 27, 2008 while honorably serving his country in Iraq is transfered from St. Matthews Episcopal Church to Houston National Cemetery.

The casket flag of Cpl. Joshua Alexander Molina, 20, is folded as his mother Maria Molina and sister Paula Fredrickson look on April 8, 2008 at Houston National Cemetery. Molina passed away on March 27, 2008 while honorably serving his country in Iraq.

A solider carries in a portrait of Cpl. Joshua Alexander Molina, 20, into St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church as two members of the Patriot Guard salute.

Mourners pass by the casket of Cpl. Joshua Alexander Molina, 20, at Houston National Cemetery.

Mother Maria Molina and father Josue Molina grasp the casket of son Cpl. Joshua Alexander Molina, age 20, who passed away on March 27, 2008 while honorably serving his country in Iraq, April 8, 2008 at Houston National Cemetery.

The casket of Cpl. Joshua Alexander Molina, 20, remains after the conclusion of his internment ceremony at Houston National Cemetery.

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