Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Today, 25th of October...it is exactly 1 year ago that I had to say Good bye to my husband Kevin...he and his fellow Soldiers are stationed in Iraq...if everything goes by plan there is a big chance that they will be home by Christmas...YIPEE!!!
That would be the best Christmas gift :) I'm already preparing his home coming...I want the house real cozy looking...Christmas lights everywhere...awww I wish it would be Christmas already :)
Please keep our brave Soldiers, Men and Women,
in your prayers...thank you.
God Bless America
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Sunday, October 19, 2008
Today is the *Sweetest Day* and I want to take the opportunity to say thank you to all of you...family and friends and of course my husband for being there for me, caring for me and listen when I had sad days...it wasn't an easy year... Kevin in Iraq and what happened to my Dad...it is so important to have friends in our live's!
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Friday, October 17, 2008
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Thursday, October 16, 2008
I found this on the internet, pretty interesting :)
Many countries in the New World and elsewhere celebrate the anniversary of Christopher Columbus's arrival in the Americas, which occurred on October 12, 1492 in the Julian calendar and October 21, 1492 in the modern Gregorian calendar, as an official holiday. The day is celebrated as Columbus Day in the United States, as Día de la Raza (Day of the Race) in many countries in Latin America, as Día de las Culturas (Day of the Cultures) in Costa Rica, as Discovery Day in The Bahamas, as Día de la Hispanidad (Hispanic Day) and National Day in Spain, and as Día de la Resistencia Indígena (Day of Indigenous Resistance) in Venezuela. These holidays have been celebrated unofficially since the late 18th century, and officially in various countries since the early century. Especially since the later 20th century, some organizations and individuals have criticized the celebrations as commemorating the institution of European colonization of the Americas at the expense of indigenous cultures.
Posted by The Crackling Crows Banners at 12:43 AM
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
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