John and Linda Daily pore over the hundreds of sympathy cards and letters they received after the death of their son Mark in Iraq. The response has filled them with a strange mix of grief, pain, gratitude and awe. (Wally Skalij / LAT)
Apologies for the quick-edit job on this. I screwed up on retaining credits for the photos. I didn't realize that there is a finite amount of text I can cut-and-paste into the properties, when I saved to file.
This is the first time I used photostory 3, and had some trouble with the music; so I had to discard the song, save and print the photos, then add the music by running it through windows movie maker. Very rushed ending, but it is what it is.
This post will remain at the top until Tuesday.
Major Douglas Zembiec's widow, Pamela, bows over the casket of her husband Wednesday afternoon at Arlington National Cemetery before his internment. The couple also have a 1-year-old daughter, Fallyn. Major Zembiec was 34, a highly decorated Marine Corps officer. He was killed while leading a raid on insurgents in Baghdad on May 10th, 2007. He earned the Bronze Star with a V for valor for his actions in Fallujah in 2004. (Photos and details by Rick Loomis/La Times)