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Category Archives: US Marine Corps
H is for heroes. David and I both come from a long line of military folks. Pretty much every male in our family that was physically able to do so has served in the armed forces. Here are a few … Continue reading
OOHRAH! Wherever you are, please thank a veteran for his service and tell a Marine happy birthday! The US Marine Corps has been at work protecting this country since 1775. Wow! If you have a Marine handy, give them a … Continue reading
One of the Few This review was originally published by David on his blog Random Thoughts and Observations. The book is being relaunched this week, so I wanted to share it here for all of you. First of all, as … Continue reading
To learn more about this challenge, please click here or click the butterfly image at the bottom of this post. Today’s prompt is: Seashells. I am also participating in JNW’s Halloween Challenge over at PS Annie! Please hop over … Continue reading
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