Tuesday, March 21, 2006

The snow-plough man:My hero

We have snow! I am not sure exactly how much we got, but it was more then we’ve had for several years now, and it was sticky too. It was a out-right blizzard yesterday. Today was bright and sunny, so we have all been out enjoying the snow. We made snow houses in the biggest drifts, and I made the most wonderful snow-woman. Jeremy kept getting stuck in drifts and even lost his boots once. He is so cute! The snow itself was not really that deep, but it was so unbelievably windy yesterday that it drifted and made very deep piles of snow in various places. One of those places was our lane; the snow was drifted about three feet deep at the bottom of our lane. We girls and Dad started to shovel the lane this morning, and we knew it would take us a very long time to shovel all of that snow. But! The snow-plough went by just then. Oh, we were so hoping he would take pity on us and plough our lane, and guess what- he did! We are forever in the debt of the snow-plough man.

This last weekend we remembered the anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war three years ago. I honor the memory of those soldiers killed in this war, and say thank you to all those laboring for a free and safe Iraq. Three years, 2000 American dead, and people are already saying we should get out. When did Americans become so spineless? We must stay the course!

8 comments:

One Salient Oversight said...

What about the vets who oppose the war? Are they spineless too?

Frazzledsister said...

How about negative, pessimistic and selfish. Negative in the respect that they are "Focusing on the gloom in the forest instead of the trees", or however that saying goes. I know we are doing some good over there! To just leave the Iraqi people as they are now would be in the worst intrest of both America and Iraq-it would be selfish and unwise. Perhaps one reason why some vets-and I would like to believe that they are a minority- oppose the war is that they are Bushhaters who listened to the liberal media and do not understand why we went to war. Most of the vets who oppose the war and have made it into the news(the liberal media just loves these guys)appear to be total jerks. I am sure that some of them have good reasons as to why we should pull out, but to me it is crystal clear that we have no other choice than to finish the job, even of it takes twenty years and maybe it will. The consequenses of pulling out now would be MUCH MUCH worse than the struggles we will go through to get to victory.

Frazzledsister said...

Do I even need to explain why I am deleting your comments... here it is for the last time:
THEY ARE STUPID, WORTHLESS,DEGRADING comments and I am sick of them. I will delete all of your comments from now on.

Frazzledsister said...

Idiotic comments from an idiot.

Frazzledsister said...

It's not very Christian of you to call names. Why don't you enlist in the Army? And go away? Take a hint?

Frazzledsister said...

I have aswered and answered and answered your "questions" for the past couple of months and you just ignore me. And you have not asked me one thoughtful questions yet. They have all been insults and accusations.

anyoneUSA said...

The question is not an insult.

Why will you not join the army?

Frazzledsister said...

Alright, if I answer that one question, do you PROMISE on your honor that you will not comment any more on my blog? Otherwise I see no point in answering you.