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Anyone with a sailor aboard the USS Harry S. Truman?
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Oh, Catsmom.....he's 23.....You know he's loving it.
GrandmaBarB, I bet he loves every minute of it! :-)
My Girl Crystal at the Navy Ball last Friday Night, She is in the middle. hope you all are having a wonderful weekend. been so buys, sorry for not posting much.
Catsmom....thanks for the compliments. Like all of us, I;'m so proud of my Munchkin, the Sailor and what he is doing. And, he is a handsome devil, for sure....and unaffected by it except for the ladies....who fall all over him....ha.....
Carrie.....thanks again for your kind words. The Pennsylvania Dutch have an old saying, one that rings true. It is: "We get too soon old, and too late smart". I've always tried to keep a step or two ahead of that....ha.
One of the best things about the aging process (and there are many), is the learning experience that comes to those who pay attention.
I love the Marine Corps. It is true, once a Marine, always a Marine and am so proud of serving with them and being a part of the best fighting force in the world. It was one of the hardest things I ever did, becoming a Marine. By the time Boot Camp was over, we knew EXACTLY who we were and what we were capable of accomplishing. I'm not quite as active in the organizations of Marines as I used to be...but still hold my membership in the Women Marines Association proudly and support the Marine Corps Leager, Toys for Tots, etc.
Thanks for your devine thoughts.
hi everyone, just wanted to pop in and say hello. GrandmaBarB, love the pictures of your handsome Sailor. Hope you all are doing well. been busy and going a little crazy at work. LOL amazing what can happen with a new boss who doesn't know how to do her job... Hope you all have a good weekend.
Too Tall. I get the Marine thing with shoes. Having served in that outfit, a proud wearer of the EGA, shoes were almost an obsession.
Back in those days, your new shoes were brown leather...untreated. You were expected to bring them up to mirrored black in just a short time;.
Sometimes, the DI's would hold "strip day" where we had to strip the shoes back down to "new" condition and start all over again....ha. Nothing like Recruit Discipline to grow ya up in a hurry.
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