Posts With Tag 'Jerry Mayfield'
Posted on April 11th, 2014 by paularath

Spiderman demonstrated his web-slinging techniques for the keiki watercolor class at Palama Settlement yesterday. We have learned that the keiki do their best paintings when they are engaged with the subject matter. Last session we had them working on entries to the Toyota “Paint Your Dream Car” competition. This session we are entering their paintings
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Posted on April 4th, 2014 by paularath

  People who know my husband, Jerry Mayfield, pretty well understand that he is a martini man. A creative mixologist, he is constantly experimenting with various versions of the classic cocktail. For example, while in Bangkok, he created a cocktail he named the Sherry Pornini. It’s a mix of gin and a splash of Cointreau
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Posted on December 18th, 2013 by paularath

When Jerry found out that his grandchildren had never been on a cable car ride, well, he had to remedy that. We rode from Union Square (waiting at Powell and Market is for tourists only) to Fisherman’s Wharf and they loved it. On the ride over it was crowded and they had to sit. They
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Posted on September 11th, 2013 by paularath

I’m so happy to report that Jerry got totally inspired during our trip and got back into painting watercolors, both plein air and in our stateroom. Sometimes he sat on a bench in a park, or leaned against a wall on a pier, or found a cozy cafe or bistro in which to paint or
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Posted on May 27th, 2013 by paularath

In every war, there are some dedicated, courageous, extremely hard working warriors who go unsung: physicians in the medical corps. My husband, Jerry Mayfield, is one of those unsung heroes. He was an orthopaedic surgeon for one year in Korea and subsequently three years in Japan during the Vietnam War. Every war fought by U.S.
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