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"What marriage really means and the battle to live up to the promise".
Can it be done ?
"To have and to hold from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish till death do us part".
Two young teenage lovers started out in a leaky boat with scant supplies and little to guide them and managed a 61 year adventure with the cards stacked against them in seas fraught with
My beloved wife of 60 years passed and took with her much of my continuing reason for living.
As I age my ability to cope lessens the luster of life fades and loses meaning..
My affairs are in order and I am ready (God willing) to meet my maker at any time.and rejoin my wife in the cosmos.
Our long "adventure" has come to an end only I pray, for a short time.
God Bless !
In spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, the former POW insists we could have won. No wonder he talks of occupying Iraq for a century.
By Joe Conason
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A repy that reads as a blog;
Originally Posted by MattLarson
I really hope Hersh is wrong here and we are not doing what he claims.
Perhaps even more energy is being devoted to keeping America at war in the M.E than on our comming election.
It seems obvious that Israel views peace and our gradual withdrawal from the area as the greatest danger they have yet faced and are using every weapon at hand to keep us involved. Their greates weapon for this purpose includeds
Phil Gramm was to me one of the greatest indicators of to our Texas voter lack of astute'ness to ramble down the pike.
Just when I thought he was gone he is pictured on the business section of the Dallas Morning News along with John McCain and the above caption.
To give one an idea (and there is much more to his story) the following was pulled up on "google"
"Birds of a feather flock together"
Phil Gramm's Skeleton