Status Updates posted by GentleDove
So we would remember all the men and women who fought and died in the different wars, we built a gazebo in my little town. Around the gazebo were bricks people bought. On these were engraved the family names.
Also have a memorial with all the names who served.
Now everytime I see a young man or woman in uniform, with crutches or in a wheel chair, It is a sad reminder of all the wa
I don't remember a lot oabout the details but my brother Bud was in the Marines in Califiornia. He died about 3 years ago.
My husband Ken was in the airforce and sent to Korea. When he got back we were married. Had our first child, a girl, at Otis Air Force Base. Mass.
Going with my church soon to sing at a nursing home.
God bless you and your wife.
TY for the comment.
Where were you when you heard about Pearl Harbor. I was cutting out paper dolls that I got for my BD.
Where do you live. I am in Pa.
I remember the war bonds and stamps.
And of course the ration books.
Besides trotting down the hill to see what I could buy for my family, I also shopped for an old lady