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Guard Wife
I'm a former college professor, current law school adjunct prof. with 2 kids.
Interests: scrapbooking, reading, gardening, and supporting our soldiers in harm's way.
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Thank you for sharing the contact information, B5. I'd like to send a note.
Toggle Commented Jan 15, 2014 on Godspeed, Farrell Gilliam at BlackFive
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Wow. What a fitting tribute to a fellow warrior. Gave me chills.
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Liked, shared, tweeted & all that good stuff. :)
Toggle Commented May 10, 2012 on {PALEO BOOK BUNDLE GIVEAWAY} at Rubies & Radishes
Thank you for the suggestion to read the entire thread of comments. That was an amazingly energizing way to spend my lunch. Wow. Just wow.
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Mar 15, 2010
@ dutchgirl--I believe it was Joan D'Arc. :)
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2010 on Riding the Jingle Bus at Most Certainly Not
May Mr. Kemp rest in peace and his family be comforted by their memories of him. As an aside to this post's writer--learn to cull what is worth mention and what is not. Simply because a fact exists doesn't make it worth mentioning in every context. Much like memorial services should not become political rallies, a memorial post should concentrate on the subject.
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Tammy Munson gets my vote too! :)
Toggle Commented Apr 2, 2009 on Contest: Spouse Blogs at BlackFive
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Her flag, her property, sure. I've just never understood the stupidity necessary to equate desecrating/misusing the flag (the symbol of your freedoms and liberties) to 'exercise' your freedom of speech. Hubs hands out the government guidelines for proper displays of the flag on a regular basis. He would not be able to let this stand; I'm sure there are ways to exercise our own liberties and freedoms to offer her a dose of public shaming. Although when you are this blatantly looney, good luck combatting that brand of freak.
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