I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
Faye on SOME CATCH UP AND SOME KE… oneta hayes on SOME CATCH UP AND SOME KE… Julie (aka Cookie) on SOME CATCH UP AND SOME KE… pranabaxom on GRANNETH’S PET? oneta hayes on GRANNETH’S PET?
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Category Archives: Veterans
Well, I’m guessing you won’t find much of it in the army barracks! Am I suggesting they don’t have a cultured side? Does that mean they don’t have a “feminine” side – they can’t be emotional, loving, tender, caring, forgiving, … Continue reading
MY THANKS FOR THE MEN WHO WENT AND FOR THE WOMEN WHO WAITED. AND THANKS ALSO TO THE WOMEN WHO WENT AND THE MEN WHO WAITED. ******* Perceived conversation: “Did you get a letter from Johnny?” “Yes.” “Where is he?” … Continue reading
(Batan Death March, American Prisoners 1942) Julie, aka Cookie, has posted a blog today of the Bataan Death March. She rues the fact that so many do not know the price that was paid by heroes of the past. Do … Continue reading
I don’t understand how some people can be so flippant regarding our nation. They take so much for granted – ignorant regarding the price that has been paid for our “land of the free.” They seem not to care how … Continue reading
May has gone. Mother’s Day has passed. Memorial Day forgotten. I’m not complaining, just thinking how we celebrate and/or grieve, but life goes on. I’m glad that happens. But I’m sorry sometimes that I don’t hang on to “special” moments … Continue reading
OH, DON’T THEY? Does that mean they don’t have a cultured side? Does that mean they don’t have a “feminine” side – they can’t be emotional, loving, tender, caring, forgiving, unselfish, patient, give themselves to the service of others? Perhaps … Continue reading