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February 08, 2007


David M

*wiping tears away as I laugh*

Padre, that was excellant!

Thanks for your service to our country.

Nathan Peterson

Hi chaplain. I'm the brother of SPC John Peterson. Would you please email me? natelpeterson@yahoo.com
God bless and thanks for all you do.


(Hope this doesn't post twice, my computer is acting goofy)
Thanks for the laugh:) I'll be passing this one on.

And we continue to hold all of you in our hearts and prayers back here!!

Kat in GA: A Soldiers' Angel

ROFLOL! Sorry to be late in commenting on this post - we moved last week and just now got internet service! Sent ya a letter telling ya all about it on Friday. :)

SSG Munz

Granted I could go to your hooch and share my laughter, but I feel sharing one of my expirences as well.

The weekend prior to going to Basic Training was very eventful.

As a volunteer Fire Fighter my Friday morning awoke to the alarm sounding "Fishing Spear in Foot" the dispatcher states. As the crew arrived to the fire station and loaded up on the truck we all ask, how was this possible. "Maybe some fisherman in a hurry dropped his sprear as he re-arranged his boat". someone said.

What we found at the scene was a very angry looking father staring down a tearful 4 year-old boy and a shocked 12 year-old brother, staring at his dad's frogging spear coming through his tennis shoe, foot firmly anchored to the ground.

He was beating his brother in lawn darts and little brother just wanted a chance to win. The time was 0730am.

There wasn't a dry eye in the rescue squad on the way back to the station.

Sorry I haven't looked at your site sooner and as always have a great day I have got your back.

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