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Updated: July 30, am. Rich: Thanks for sharing your experience in Atlanta with the young soldier. It was very thoughtful of him to give you the flag patch. I support our troops whether the wars are right or wrong. They are there doing their jobs and fighting for us and our freedom.
If a war is wrong, as Vietnam was, it our government that is wrong not our servicemen! I'll keep your mother-in-Law in my prayers. I just wanted to post this note to state how proud I am of my son John and the other firefighters of Mansfield and around the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
John and fellow firefighters will be honored by the governor later this month and his mother and I are very proud of all of them and especially John. Great job, son! An alphabetical directory of out-of-town and local visitors to the Guestbook follows the comments. Comments remain posted for at least a month and are printed periodically as Letters from Home on the Opinion s of The Sun Chronicle. A note on style: Please do not send entries or names in all capital letters or in all lower-case letters. Hello, all. We just got back from our seven-day trip to North Attleboro.
It was a mixed bag since my mother-in-law ended up in the hospital on Saturday after a fall. She is still there, so prayers please? My dad-in-law is in a nursing home and he is "in and out" so all that is sad to see. I pray for them daily. We attempted to get together for out Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday since all are scattered on Thanksgiving Day. So all but three made it. Four made it because of the hospital incident. The same night we dropped in on my 45th reunion of the Class of Everyone I saw and spoke to was very nice and many were fans of my comments in the Guestbook.
They tell me I have a fan club. Must be a "silent majority fan club. We enjoyed our stay with my sister-in-law and her lovely family. We left just as the welcome was wearing out. Ha ha ha.
I did not make the game, but am happy that North won. Really hope Attleboro can make this the close rivalry it once was, though. At our stopover in Atlanta on the way up, we conversed with two young soldiers in desert camo who were just arriving for two weeks leave at home. They were, as I said, very young and very enthusiastic about their task over there.
Many people spoke with them and shook their hands in support. It was wonderful. I told them about how I hope their welcomes continue to be positive and how it was for some from the Vietnam era. They said they were aware of that from stories they have heard how to make me feel oldand that they think it is awful that that happened to American troops under any circumstances.
Later on as I sat chatting with my wife, I felt a tap on the shoulder. It was one of the young soldiers. He said, "Excuse me, I have something for you. I will carry it always as a symbol of my support for those brave young men and women protecting us from the world's latest crop of murdering butchers.
God bless them and God bless their mission. If anyone knows how to get in touch with Jay Rixon, please pass this message along. Happy 40th. We should be at a Pats' game like old times. Dear Peter: God bless you and your family!
Always keep the faith, my friend, and know that when two or more gather in His name miracles happen! You are in our thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday season! We are looking for our Uncle Ron Lefebvre who was living with a niece of his in Attleboro. She lives over on Wilmarth. We know that our uncle has to be deceased, but I have been through the archives looking for his obit and can't find one.
We got a phone call Saturday regarding an apartment we had interviewed for. At first it seemed the apartment was going to another family but by afternoon it was ours. Its small but its home, and we are grateful to all those who took the time to pray for us.
It was overwhelming the of e-mails we received. May God bless those who showed us compassion when we needed it most. I have been quite busy and have not been able to catch up with reading the paper on line. Being a holiday weekend I did have time to read and see how things are going in Attleboro. I see the soap box is still standing strong. To Rich Howard, it looks like you refer to the United States as being solely yours when you write "my county. To Christine Olson: I say you have hit the nail on the head! Thank You! We had so many good teachers at Plainville Elementary. I remember Miss Wood, Mrs.
Medlicott, Miss Zajack, Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. They encouraged us to read and learn. I loved the old Plainville Library in the little old red house. It did indeed feel like you were reading at home. I remember Al Paulus's gas station. That is where we bought our Christmas tree every year. My sisters and I would often walk to Bankie's service station on Route 1 to buy a bottle of coke. So many good memories …. To Peter and his family who are looking for affordable housing: I hope there is someone in your area who can help you soon.
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