Today, in this blog post, I would like to talk about the two sides of my friend, Robert Kurta … and, believe me, I have seen both sides of him several times in the three years that we have been friends. We are both Facebook friends and real-life friends as well.
I first became Facebook friends with him back in the Summer of 2015 … and, not long after that, he would start bumping into me regularly whenever I would take my walks around National Hill. First, he would do that as a member of South Fayette’s police department … and then, after he retired from that police department, he would just bump into me as a regular friend. He would also bump into me whenever I would go through Oakdale.
I don’t have any photos of me bumping into him here in South Fayette, but I do have two photos of myself bumping into him in Oakdale. So, without further ado, let me show you “The two sides of Kurta.”
First, I bumped into Kurta whenever I was watching the parade in Oakdale back in the Summer of 2016. I snapped this selfie near the Oakdale Inn, which is located in the heart of Oakdale.
Second, I bumped into Kurta whenever I was walking along the Panhandle Trail in Oakdale on Sunday morning. He was wearing a police officer’s uniform whenever I snapped a selfie. He presently works a few hours a week at Oakdale’s police department.
Thank you for allowing me to show you “the two sides of Kurta” in this blog post.
Now, two years ago, before I retired one of my blog’s features, which is called “Joseph’s Road To His 30th Birthday,” I did say that I was hoping that I would see Kurta wearing something other than an officer’s uniform. Well, I did just that three months later. Hopefully, that can happen again soon.