Skip to comments.AMERICA - The Right Way!! (Day 2257) [Remember the Trade Center!!]
Posted on 05/28/2007 8:05:25 AM PDT by Chairman_December_19th_Society
As we settle into the nighttime of despair, fret not, for the Sun will rise again!!
We, here, will never forget those who died on September 11, 2001, as we seek to protect the Republic from all who will do her harm!!
For AMERICA - The Right Way, I remain yours in the Cause, the Chairman.
Good morning! (Was still sort of in “weekend mode” here.)
Good Morning Chair. What do you have on the agenda today?
We’re watching Arlington at the moment. Our President is going to speak. bbl
Impressive and moving photo..
Well, CON, we have a beautiful day here in OHIO!
A wonderful day to all. Make it count!
Jack Murtha's FriendsBob Novak
"Today is a day to pay tribute to those who have fought for our country, honor those who have survived their wounds and quietly say thanks for those who have given their all. Thank you to all who have served in our military."
Very well said....Tillacum.
We are just back from Memorial services....very moving..and a nice attendance for our little town.
Thanks for the start of today’s thread ...A very moving picture.
Soldiers are in formation during the 10th Mountain Division Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony at Fort Drum, NY. Gary Walts / P-S
Captain Tom Doukakos salutes the wreath that was laid in honor during the 10th Mountain Division Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony at Fort Drum, NY.
At left is Howard Sebald, Phoenicia, NY, a WW2 10th Mt. veteran. Right is LtCol Chad Sullivan, 10th Mt. Div. soldier. They (with others not in this photo) had placed the wreath during the ceremony.
Bill Morrison, of Voorsheesville, was a SGT with the 10th during WW2., spoke at the ceremony. He is also NNY 10th Mountain Association president. Gary Walts / P-S
Family members of 10th Mt. Div. soldiers killed in the line of duty were at the Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony at Fort Drum, NY. Gary Walts / P-S
Perry Browning, Astoria, OR, attended the ceremony. His son Brian Anthony Browning was a 10th MT. soldier who was killed in February 2007.
I put up my 48 star flag today, just to be different. I got a real big one but have nothing big enough to fly it from, I mean a REAL big one. These flags were used in a movie recently before Alaska and Hawaii were made states.
Strange things turn me on I reckon.
SIL cooking up craw fish, shrimp, gonna grill some fish, corn, etc., a real holiday outside meal. I truly wish that you all could be here with us and enjoy a good meal.
Wonder when they are going to have carbon footprint seeds out on the market, good market for them but, the question, WOULD I give up grit seeds for planting?
My Mother Earth News came in today, I really like to read the stories in it, a little wacko on wind power and solar but some good artices on gardening.
I hear them yelling for me, speck they need something from the store, talk to you later.
TOBY!! Hello! How are the irises? I have a few that will be blooming, perhaps, tomorrow.
The one I can't get out of my mind was the one told on Bill Bennett's show earlier this morning. Forgive me for not remembering this great American hero's name, and only remembering enough of the story to relate it to you.
The hero called and asked permission from command to pull back, as he was overwhelmed. He was told in no uncertain terms to, under no circumstances, pull back, but to hold the hill.
He was later found, on the forward downside of the hill. Every grenade launched, every round spent, and his bayonet in a Japanese soldier.
Very nice photo’s.
thanks for posting
Now they think Zay has that children’s virus,,,”Rotavirus”?? and a bacterial infection on top of that. He had a 103.4 fever earlier but it went down some after motrin. They are starting him on an antibiotic. He kept about 4 oz of pedialyte down before i left him an hour ago and smiled at me and waved goodbye when I left.
Headed back up there for a few so R can come home and shower and regroup.
Prayers continue, Neets.
So sorry to hear about little Z....prayers for his quick recovery. Poor little fellow......hugs and prayers to you all.
I'm feeling quite well because I seemed to have accomplished something in my gardens.
Since Impatiens love water they are great as shallow water plants. I rigged up a floating planter with heavy duty pink household styrfoam and pantyhose.(Keeps the fish from nibbling the roots of the plants.)
Gramma is holding up well but thats because i’ve been down this road before with his mom...
One good thing about all of this is that my daughter works at the hospital so in a sense they tend to take care of their own and because she works in the lab she can get the results fairly quickly.
Lysie, my mom of course is up to her usual self-centered antics because she has been left “alone” for parts of the days...phttttttttttttt
I am a bit winded now and am going to sit with a fresh cup of coffee and have a cig and relax for a few.
Prayers that the meds work fast, and Zay gets better soon!
This kind of thing can zap the snap right out of you and R, too.
Bet you’re glad the speech is over..........How did it go?
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