In celebration of the Navy’s 239th Birthday I thought I’d share with you a few laws to live by. There are more versus to the poem then just this, but my favorite ones are on this first page and I always try to live by the last verse, keeping it in the back of my mind. In layman’s terms you can reference the show “You are the weakest link, Good bye”. No matter which way you say that phrase or with what accent, it doesn’t change the fact.
With that out of the way, “Happy Birthday Navy, and let the celebration begin!” I celebrated the Navy’s 239th Birthday at a golf course not far from Naples Italy and it was quite the to do. A Navy ball is the best incentive for the ladies to get all doll’d up and hit the town. Which is precisely what we did!
Its a long known fact that the gentlemen in this picture is well known for giving out a glass slipper to the lucky lady that is classy enough to be called his date. For this event he didn’t bring a lady to the ball but instead found his lady while there, and opted to trade in a small glass slipper for the real deal. Rock it Miguel!
The question we pondered all evening was, “How many glass slippers does Miguel have up his sleeve?” Does anyone have any guesses?!? I’ll let you know if I can weasel the answer out of him.
A toast to the 239th Birthday the Navy has seen. To put it in perspective the church from my small town in Pennsylvania is actually older than the Navy. Mind=blown. I just can’t seem to wrap my head around it.
This beautiful lady is wearing Fendi and it just looks magnificent on her.
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