Life raising children and chickens in New Hampshire
28 May 2012 2 Comments
by Wendy Thomas
Tags: backyard poultry, chicken USA, Wendy Thomas
Eternal thanks to those who have served our country.
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May 29, 2012 @ 11:11:27
He never served in combat, but my father was posted to India during World War II. (The United States thought the Japanese would invade India through Burma, but amidst the chaos of WW II, that never came to be. He is now buried in Arlington, I think.
My youngest brother — who is quite mad — not joking — schizophrenia/bi-polar — served in the Navy as a weatherman for a number of years. Probably he structure of the military helped keep him function — he didn’t begin to have psychotic breaks until after he was discharged.
As I have a morbid sense of humor I would suggest as a recruiting poster: JOIN THE NAVY AND MAINTAIN YOUR APPEARANCE OF SANITY!
May 29, 2012 @ 11:26:02
Ah, welcome back, Modesty, welcome back.
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