In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
A heartfelt thank you to all who have and do serve in our military.
I am a veteran, yet I feel small when surrounded by men I have served with and men of past conflicts. Their humble manner is striking beside their stupendous deeds. I had the privilege of attending a Medal of Honor reunion and met several recipients. All can described as humble regular people. I salute my brothers and sisters who I served with in this past war and know without a doubt they are America's best.
As a Son of a Vet, Myself a Vet, Father to 2 Vets , And Grandfather to a new Member of the Navy. Thanks for the recognition from all of you. God Bless our Exceptional Country
Patrice, we noticed that the man is standing in a Russian subway car. Notice the Russian writing on the window. Jo
Patrice, I know that you write for Backwoods Home; there was an article/commentary/something in there by Dave, John Silviera? somebody about not thanking the veterans - do you have any idea? I cannot find it - thank you
Patrice, I know that you write for Backwoods Home; I'm trying to find something written there about not thanking the veterans - do you have any idea? thank you
Patrice, looking for a Backwoods Home article about not thanking the veterans; have any idea? thank you
Patrice, looking for a article in Backwoods Home about not thanking the veterans; cannot find it - could you help, possibly? thank you
I'm afraid I can't help. Please contact BWH directly and I'm sure they'll be able to find what you're looking for.http://backwoodshome.com/- Patrice