Friday, April 2, 2010

"Bill Hunt's Remarkable Rise" (from OC Weekly)


Yesterday (4/1/2010), R. Scott Moxley of OC Weekly wrote about "Bill Hunt's Remarkable Rise". Moxley does a pretty fair job of covering Hunt’s rise since his first run in 2006 up to recent events but he fails to paint the whole picture. What is missing is how Hunt was able to garner the level of support he has now. To understand his "remarkable rise" one has to go back at least to Hunt's high school days when he knew he wanted to be a lawman. He sketched out a plan and he began pursuing his dream. Since he knew he had to be 21 to be a California peace officer, he enlisted into the U.S. Army and became a military police officer. I believe it was this experience which helped Hunt develop his leadership skills. Make no mistake; you don’t just wake up as a leader and simply lead. It takes training, practice, skill, and the desire to lead. Leaders are motivated from within, perhaps by some higher calling, hence they are passionate.

What Moxley saw at the Young Republican’s event was Hunt’s natural enthusiasm and skillful execution of his well developed platform on protecting OC constituent’s Constitutional rights. By simply stating that Hunt can give a raw-raw speech and “returned to fertile turf” when he continues to talk about protecting our Constitutional rights from overreaching federal agents ignores the fact that the audience, residents, and voters all have substantial and genuine concerns which, to date, only Hunt has embraced. The other candidates, Hunter and Hutchens, have held to the premise that a do-nothing sheriff is better than one who will protect their constituent’s rights by challenging federal laws that ignore the California Constitution. Moxley reports that, “One attendee, who had told me he was undecided before the forum, said he’ll vote for Hunt. ‘[Hutchens] is too wishy-washy,’ concluded the man, who described himself as a retired advertising executive. ‘Hunter has some good experience in Anaheim, but I got the feeling he also has a chip on his shoulder. Hunt impressed me the most. He doesn’t seem afraid to do the job right.’” This advertising exec discovered in one brief evening with the candidates what the media and a handful of local pundits seem to have missed.
Hunts critics enjoy using the “racist” tag on Hunt because of his alignment and endorsement from Arizona sheriff, Joe Arpaio and the fact that calling someone a racist is a powerfull charge that is sure to get headlines. Being fixated on shaming the audience, Hunter pulled the race card on Hunt. Moxley says, “Hunt’s alignment with Arpaio prompted Hunter to call the Arizona sheriff ‘an overzealous . . . racist.’ The crowd booed again, and Hunt pounced. ‘You call Joe Arpaio a racist?’ he said. ‘That’s what happens when a sheriff stands up and does his duty!’” There is the difference between a leader and a manager.

As Hunt’s campaign continues, I believe we will see some expansion on how Bill Hunt plans to safeguard ALL of our rights, not just the ones that are popular in some communities.



(Don't worry, it's our little secret)

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Chris Norby Takes On Redevelopment In Sacramento - AB 1859


Redevelopment Accountability

This bill would require all new, expansions or extensions of redevelopment areas to be subject to review by county LAFCOs (Local Agency Formation Commissions). Currently, redevelopment agencies can be created and expanded without oversight, negatively impacting county revenue, with lawsuits as the only recourse. LAFCO oversight will better mediate revenue disputes between counties and cities resulting from redevelopment diversions and avoid costly litigation.
 
 

We sent him to Sacramento to do a dirty job and I am pleased to see he took our votes seriously. If Norby can get this bill passed and signed I will be very happy and impressed. Everything is an uphill battle in Sac City. The impression I get from reading newspapers and talking to folks is that no one wants to work very hard at anything and the town is full of legislators who have moved their families near the capitol. While that may be great for the legislators and their families, the constituents are the ones suffering. Chris's wife and children are all down here which I think helps him remain motivated and grounded in the 72nd Assembly District. If you don't live in the 72nd Assembly District, you should contact your legislator and tell them to support AB 1859. If passed, I think this bill will help your local tax dollars continue going into their currently allocated programs such as sewer, road, school purposes without diversion into buying property and flipping it to a private developer who will make money while all new taxes generated go into the redevelopment agency. Stop me if I'm wrong on this, but it sure seems like a good idea!

Atlas PAC Endorses Bill Hunt for OC Sheriff

I just received an email from Bill Hunt.  It looks like Bill has received yet another endorsement with the latest from Atlas PAC.  Below is the text of the email. 

ATLAS PAC ENDORSEMENT


"The endorsement of the Atlas PAC is a strong validation of my belief in strong, principled leadership, fiscal responsibility and limited government. I am honored to have their support"

-Bill Hunt


March 26, 2010


Bill:
As Chairman of the Endorsements Committee of Atlas PAC, I am pleased to inform you that Atlas PAC has endorsed you in your race for Orange County Sheriff. Bill Hunt has expressed and demonstrated dedication to advancing a fiscally conservative, pro-business agenda-minimizing government regulation and taxation, eliminating inappropriate government spending, and allowing the free market to reward initiative and entrepreneurship-and keeping government within its proper Constitutional limits.

Sincerely,
Benjamin P. Pugh
Atlas PAC Director and
Chairman, Endorsements Committee

Atlas brings together professionals and political leaders who believe American's free enterprise system is the greatest pathway to success for all.
http://www.atlaspac.org/default.aspx

Lance Corporal Rick Centanni

I received an email, see below, regarding funeral services for Lance Corporal Rick Centanni of Yorba Linda.  Please read and forward to your family and friends.


"1. Lance Corporal Rick Centanni will be given a Heroes Welcome, Friday, April 2 at Los Alamitos AFB, at the Joint Forces Training Base. He will arrive at about 1:30 pm and will be escorted back to McAulay & Wallace funeral home in Fullerton. His family has stated the public is welcome for this procession to bring him home.



2. The funeral arrangements for the services for Lance Corporal Rick Centanni have been confirmed for Tuesday, April 6 at 10 am . The services will be held at St. Martins Catholic Church located at the corner of Yorba Linda Blvd and Fairmont Ave.


At the conclusion of the service, which is expected to last until approximately 11:30 or noon , there will be a funeral procession taking Lance Corporal Centanni past all of his alma maters in Yorba Linda . The procession will leave the church and proceed south on Fairmont past Fairmont Elementary School , then past Bernardo Jr High School. The processional will follow south until it crosses over to Orangethorpe/Esperanza Road and head west to Kellogg Drive .


The procession will then go north on Kellogg past Esperanza High School and continue north until it returns to Yorba Linda Blvd at which time it will turn east and follow Yorba Linda Blvd until it reaches the 91 freeway toward Riverside. The public is encouraged to show their support for the Centanni family and all our servicemen and women by lining the processional route with flags, banners of well wishes or by just being there with your hand over your heart as the Lance Corporal is taken to his final resting place.


The Centanni family has requested that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lance Corporal Rick Centanni Memorial Fund at www.rickcentanni.com courtesy of Santa Ana PD. This scholarship will fund scholarships at Esperanza High School in Rick’s name.


The Centanni Family has requested all questions regarding the services or other concerns be directed to Kathy and Mike Shanahan, 714-777-5517


I have recieved emails requesting information re: the services for Sgt Major Robert Cottle. I understand the family has requested the service for their family member be a private service.

Jan Horton"


I will be there to show my respect, admiration, and appreciation for Lance Corporal Rick Centanni's bravery and service to the United States of America.

 


CBSNEWS.COM: Mexico Drug Gangs Attack Army Garrisons


CBSNews.com is reporting an Associated Press story that the Mexican Army was attacked by gunmen from the Mexican drug cartels.  The attacks appeared to be well planned and the gunmen well prepared with armored vehicles and military weaponry.
 
"(AP) Dozens of gunmen mounted rare and apparently coordinated attacks targeting two army garrisons in northern Mexico, touching off firefights that killed 18 attackers.



The attempts to blockade soldiers inside their bases - part of seven near-simultaneous attacks across two northern states - appeared to mark a serious escalation in Mexico's drug war, in which cartel gunmen attacked in unit-size forces armed with bulletproof vehicles, dozens of hand grenades and assault rifles.


While drug gunmen frequently shoot at soldiers on patrol, they seldom target army bases, and even more rarely attack in the force displayed during the confrontations Tuesday in the border states of Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon - areas that have seen a surge of bloodshed in recent months."

With these attacks in mind as well as kidnappings of U.S. citizens in the U.S. for ransom by cartel-related groups, what does 2010 candidate for Orange County Sheriff, Bill Hunt, plan to do to keep us safe from the Mexican Drug War struggles?

Bill Hunt: "The escalating violence of Mexican drug lords is another reason we can no longer afford to elect public officials who turn a blind eye to illegal immigration enforcement and pay lip service to securing our nations borders. The invasion of illegal aliens coming from our southern border is crippling our criminal justice system, our schools and our health care systems. America is struggling financially at the federal, state and local levels and branding those who defend our nation's immigration laws as racist will not end this threat to our nation's security and prosperity. Now more than ever, it's time for honest debate and strong, principled leadership at every level of government on this important issue that impacts us all."

And that's why I'm voting for Bill Hunt!

Geocaching in March



A couple of times in March we were able to get out and strech our legs to go after a few geocahes in Fullerton and Yorba Linda.  Below are some pictures of our great adventures around the Laguna Lake area of Fullerton.  This area has some great trails with lots of interest geocahes.  If you don't know what geocaching is check out these links:
http://www.geocaching.com/
http://gregsebourn.blogspot.com/2009/11/geocaching-geo-cashing.html
http://gregsebourn.blogspot.com/2009/12/geocaching.html


Mom! What's that?

Wow, is that the geocache!

No, it's a LIZARD!!!

With the cool weather, this one was rather docile.

No cache found here.  Let's head down the trail and see if we an find one.

Catch!

Hey, what's that behind the tree?

You'll just have to go geoching to find out.  Good luck and happy caching!

Fullerton Taggers Busted


(From the Orange County Register)

FULLERTON – An officer patrolling downtown Fullerton on Tuesday spotted five taggers in an alley, and then pounced to arrest all five after enlisting backup, police said.

At 1:20 p.m., Cpl. John DeCaprio was patrolling the area of the FM Market liquor store in the 400 block of Harbor Boulevard when he saw through a fence five males tagging what Fullerton police Sgt. Andrew Goodrich said were gang monikers on the wall with felt-tipped pens.

Three were writing, while two acted as lookouts, Goodrich said.

He said DeCaprio quietly called for backup, and was able to team up with another police car to roll up and block exits from the alley, allowing the officers it intercept all five.

Four were juveniles and taken to Juvenile Hall, Goodrich said. The fifth was an adult.

He said he expects the five arrested to face vandalism and gang charges.

Contact the writer: 714-704-3706 or atownsend@ocregister.com
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Below are some pictures I took back in February of the 92831 post Office property in downtown Fullerton. I hate taggers and the mess they make. Fullerton Police Corporal John DeCaprio deserves a medal for his bust. It may not have been a violent crime in progress or a person down call, however, it was exactly what all of us hope our officers are doing everyday - fighting crime. The best part is that the officer observed the crime, called in back up, and caught 5 decrepit gangbanging thugs! I hope they are all charged as adults! Great job Cpl. DeCaprio and the FPD for exemplify quality service to our city and meeting our expectations!!


Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Nelson, Hunt, and the AOCDS

Why am I happy that Bill Hunt received the AOCDS (Association of Orange County Sheriff Deputies) endorsement and that Shawn Nelson didn’t bother to ask?




Bill Hunt, 2010 candidate for OC Sheriff, said he did not feel the OCGOP chairman Scott Baugh’s mandate was reasonable. Then he sought the endorsement and received it.  That is consistency.

Shawn Nelson, 2010 candidate to fill 4th District OC Supervisor seat vacated by Chris Norby, declined to so much as interview for the endorsement citing conflict with the OCGOP proclamation.  That is also consistency.

I support both candidates for the same reasons. They both feel strong in their convictions and are not easily moved to change their stance on positions.  In other words, they are consistent.

Specifically regarding the AOCDS endorsements, Hunt is running to be sheriff and this I the sheriff’s union. Logically he should seek their support. Nelson, running for the OC Board of Supervisors does not need their support in the same manner as Hunt but it would be good to have. However, Nelson is also running for the OC GOP Central Committee and as such should play by party rules. Hunt, though active in politics, is not a member of the OCGOP Central Committee nor does it appear he wants to be. Hunt is a law man and Nelson is a politician. Don’t fight it, just realize that they are fight two different battles.

Further, Baugh’s hypocritical proclamation aside, all candidates should seek all possible endorsements without pandering to the endorser's cause. As much as the public employee pensions have hurt us, we must remember that the Board of Supervisors approved the pensions and that he labor unions are supposed to fight for every penny and every bit of compensation that they can get; that is their job. The Board should have done a better job negotiating the pensions and salaries down. We must also bear in mind that the Board’s decision was based in part by data provided by actuaries and that this pension tsunami is everyone’s fault.


Chairman Scott Baugh's Call to Action from Informed Patriots on Vimeo.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Shawn Nelson Holds True To His Word - No Public Employee Union Support



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                      CONTACT: Dave Gilliard
March 30, 2010                                                                (916) 626-6804

Shawn Nelson Declines to Seek
Public Employee Union Support

FULLERTON, CA - - Councilman Shawn Nelson, a candidate for Supervisor in the 4th district, announced this morning that he will not seek the endorsement of the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs or of any other public employee union. The AOCDS is interviewing candidates today and invited Nelson and the other candidates in the 4th district to be interviewed.


"I hope to receive the support of the Orange County Republican Party and as such I do not believe their stance this year on public employee union support allows me to ask for both their support and that of the unions," said Nelson.

"While some candidates might try to game the system by asking for both endorsements and rely on some technical interpretation to justify their actions, that is not my style," said Nelson. "I will not mislead the party or the Sheriffs Union."

"Public safety has been and will remain my number one priority for as long as I am given the privilege of serving the taxpayers," said Nelson. "As a Supervisor, I will work to make sure public safety receives the funding they need to protect our neighborhoods. At the same time, I will strive to find a resolution to the public employee pension crisis that threatens to bankrupt local governments."

Shawn Nelson is a conservative City Councilman and the leading candidate in the 4th district, where he enjoys the strong support of former Supervisor and current Assemblyman Chris Norby as well as Representative Ed Royce, Senator Mimi Walters, Supervisors John Moorlach and Pat Bates, and the Lincoln Club of Orange County.
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Perhaps my favorite quote from above is this: "...I do not believe their stance this year on public employee union support..." What could possibly make Nelson think that the OCGOP might change their stance next year? Maybe the fact that the OCGOP is losing what little credibility it may have had after, among other things, they failed to boycott or even denounce the California Republican Party's annual convention which was sponsored by at least two major public employee unions.

For what it's worth, which isn't much, I'm glad Shawn Nelson held true to his word.

Big Changes at the California Republican Assembly - What Does It Mean?


But will the change in leadership at the state level mean changes at the local level? I have not had a very good experience with the CRA, but I still think that there is hope. Most of my bad experience with the CRA is similar to that of other non-profit organizations that have a structure and very little support for membership. Based on comments and email exchanges from blogger Sgt. York (Aaron Park), I think CRA is going to have to endure some significant growing and restructuring pains to overcome the years of hypocritical and completely dead-wrong leadership that I have seen. I hope they get it together quickly and return to their core values to help with the 2012 election.

Hutchens: You Should Vote for One of My Opponents

“If you want more guns and CCWs, then you should vote for one of my opponents,” like Bill Hunt!

Regarding the AOCDS endorsement of Hunt, Appointed Sheriff Hutchens said, “They haven’t picked a winner in 10 years, so let’s see how it goes.” I hate to break this to the Sheriff, but neither did the Board of Supervisors when they picked her to take over the OC Sheriff's Department! Since the beginning of her reign she has investigated all of the wrong people and denied OC residents their constitutional rights. Poor decision making on her part will lead OC closer to a second bankruptcy with the law suits that are sure to flood her office from residents harmed by her early release policy for inmates and her belief that her powers supersede the U.S. Constitution.

Remember: "If you want more guns and CCWs, then you should vote for one of my opponents." - Appointed Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, March 29, 2010

Monday, March 29, 2010

Bill Hunt's On-Line Money Bomb

I just received this email reminding me to remind you that our friend, Bill Hunt, needs our help. 

"Dear Friends & Supporters,


This morning the good people of Orange County have spoken and are helping lead an effort to raise funds for my campaign. If you wish to make a on-line contribution we will provide you campaign support materials such as lawn signs, bumper stickers and T-shirts. Your generous contribution of any size will help provide the fuel for a well coordinated grassroots effort.

I thank you for your support and hope you will participate in this special online effort!

Bill Hunt
Candidate for Orange County, CA Sheriff"


This March 29, Operation Elect Hunt for Sheriff Money Bomb!


Volunteers and Supporters Walk for Shawn Nelson for OC Supervisor

Saturday, March 27th: Volunteers get out and walk for Shawn Nelson, candidate for the OC 4th District Supervisor's seat and current Fullerton City Councilman...not to mention all of the other activities he is involved with. Below are some of the first to arrive before the walk began. 

CBSNEWS.com: Rats Starve Rather Than Eat Healthy Food (Can you blame them?)

(CBS) Adding fuel to the idea that junk food is like crack, scientists at Scripps Florida say rats fed high-calorie junk food became addicted to the food and voluntarily starved when given healthy food instead of, say, cupcakes.


Repeat: The rats voluntarily starved instead of eating healthy food.


Scripps Florida scientists Paul Kenny and Paul Johnson tell the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that junk food changed the rats' brain chemistry in the same way that chronic cocaine use alters an addicts brain functions.
In the experiment, one group of rats was given healthy, nutritionally balanced food. A different group was given "unlimited access to the worst stuff Johnson could find at [the supermarket] Publix, including bacon, sausage, cheesecake, pound cake, Ding Dongs and frosting," reports the Sun-Sentinel.

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Bill Hunt With Another Stunning Endorsement

Word on the street is that Bill Hunt, 2010 candidate for Orange County Sheriff, will be announcing another stunning endorsement later today.  Coming just days after Saturday's major endorsement by OCSD rank and file, this next endorsement is sure to leave Craig Hunter (Anaheim Deputy Chief) and Sandra Hutchens (Appointed OCSD Sheriff) eating campaign dust.  Saturdays 2 to 1 victory over Hutchens means Hunt can count on significant support from the men and woman of the Orange County Sheriff's Department.  Further, the endorsement rings loudly as a no-confidence vote for appointed sheriff, Sandra Hutchens. 

Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available!

Greg Sebourn

Orange County Bail Bonds

The Beauty of a Storm

The Beauty of a Storm
Orange County, Ca.

My Grandma - A Eulogy

LET'S TALK ABOUT 1914 FOR A MOMENT.



FOR STARTERS, GRANDMA WAS BORN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914 IN HER FAMILY'S ATWOOD RANCH HOUSE.



IT IS WORTH NOTING THOSE ALSO BORN IN 1914:

JACK LALANNE

JOE DIMAGGIO

DANNY THOMAS



AND WHO DIED IN 1914:

JOHN MUIR, THE FAMOUS NATURALIST FOR WHICH NUMEROUS ROADS, PARKS, HOTELS, AND NATURE RESERVES ARE NAMED.



IT IS ALSO WORTH NOTING THAT IN 1914 WOODROW WILSON SIGNS MOTHER'S DAY PROCLAMATION AND BABE RUTH MAKES HIS MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT WITH THE RED SOX. MOTHER'S DAY AND BASEBALL- TWO OF MY FAVORITES!! (PERHAPS HER NICKNAME "BABE" CAME FROM BABE RUTH???)



GRANDMA WAS BORN INTO A PERIOD OF TIME FILLED WITH TURMOIL. IN JUNE OF 1914 ARCHDUKE FRANZS FERDINAND WAS ASSASSINATED. WITHIN ONE MONTH WORLD WAR I RAGED ACROSS EUROPE. TWO DAYS AFTER HER BIRTH HOWEVER, GERMAN AND BRITISH TROOPS INTERRUPTED WWI TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS. (PERHAPS THEY PAUSE KNOWING THAT A GREAT WOMAN WAS BORNE) WORLD WAR I CONTINUED UNTIL THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES IN 1919.



ALTHOUGH SHE WAS ONLY 5 YEARS OLD, SHE SAW THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS CREATED AND THE 19TH AMENDMENT WAS APPROVED BY THE U.S. CONGRESS GUARANTEEING THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN TO VOTE.



SHE LIVED THROUGH MANY NOTABLE EVENTS. LIKE THE 1933 LONG BEACH EARTHQUAKE OR WHEN ATWOOD FLOODED ALONG WITH MOST OF ORANGE COUNTY IN 1938 AND THE FLOOD-WATERS CLAIMED MORE THAN 50 PEOPLE, 43 OF WHICH WERE FROM ATWOOD! ALL OF THIS DURING A TIME THAT WE READ ABOUT IN SCHOOL AND KNOWN AS "THE GREAT DEPRESSION". SOMEWHERE IN ALL OF THAT SHE FOUND THE LOVE OF HER LIFE, GRANDPA LEO, GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL, GOT MARRIED, AND HAD KIDS!



THEN THERE WAS WORLD WAR II. FROM PEARL HARBOR TO HIROSHIMA, GRANDMA WAS RAISING MY UNCLE BOB AND MOM ARLINE. WITH AIR-RAID SIRENS AND BLACKOUTS SHE WAS A WIFE AND MOTHER. WHAT A TIME TO RAISE CHILDREN! I BET GRANDMA'S PARENTS WERE ABEL TO TELL HER A THING OR TWO ABOUT RAISING KIDS IN WARTIME.



GRANDMA WAS THERE WHEN THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA HELD THEIR 3RD ANNUAL NATIONAL JAMBOREE IN 1953. SHE SAW AIRBASES OPEN IN '42 AND CLOSE IN '99. SHE WATCHED WALTER KNOTT START UP HIS BERRY FARM AND WALT DISNEY TURN ORANGE GROVES AND STRAWBERRY PATCHES INTO DISNEYLAND!



SHE SAW THE HORSE AND CARRIAGE FADE AWAY INTO HISTORY AND SPACE TRAVEL EXPLODE BEFORE HER WITH THE FIRST LUNAR LANDING. JUST IMAGINE HOW MUCH TECHNOLOGY HAS CHANGED OVER THE LAST 100 YEARS. FROM TUBE RECTIFIERS TO SUPERCONDUCTORS; FROM TRANS-ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH CABLES TO SATELLITE TV.



SHE SAW MORE IN HER 93 YEARS THAN MOST OF US WILL EVER READ ABOUT, LET ALONE LIVE THROUGH!



OF THOSE 93 YEARS IT IS MY HONOR TO HAVE BEEN HER GRANDSON FOR 35 OF THEM. SHE WAS MY MOTHER WHEN MOM HAD TO WORK. SHE WIPED MY NOSE AND PUT FOOD IN MY MOUTH. SHE LET ME PLAY WITH GRANDPA EVEN THOUGH SHE NEEDED HIM TO TAKE HER TO THE STORE. SHE WAS MY GRANDMA AND I WILL MISS HER IMMENSELY.



JUST LOOK AROUND THIS ROOM; SHE DID THIS. SHE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR BRINGING SO MANY GOOD PEOPLE INTO THIS WORLD AND TOGETHER TODAY. THIS IS HER LEGACY.



A Dedication To My Loving Wife, Stacey. Thank you for all you do for me!

Brad Paisley - I Thought I Loved You Then


I remember trying not to stare the night that I first met you
You had me mesmerized
3 weeks later in the front porch light taking 45 min to kiss you goodnight
I hadn’t told you yet but I thought I loved you then

Chorus
Now you’re my whole life now you’re my whole world
I just can’t believe the way I feel about you girl
Like a river meets the sea
Stronger than it’s ever been
We’ve come so far since that day
And I thought I loved you then.

I remember taking you back to right where I first met you
You were so surprised
There were people around
But I didn’t care I got down on one knee right there
And once again I thought I loved you then

Chorus
Now you’re my whole life now you’re my whole world
I just can’t believe the way I feel about you girl
Like a river meets the sea
Stronger than it’s ever been
We’ve come so far since that day
And I thought I loved you then.

I can just see you with a baby on the way
I can just see you when your hair is turning gray
What I can’t see is how I’m ever gonna love you more
But I’ve said that before.

Now you’re my whole life now you’re my whole world
I just can’t believe the way I feel about you girl
Well look back some day at this moment that we’re in
And I'll look at you and say I thought I loved you then
And I thought I loved you then...

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