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If it would have come out of my mouth, it would have sounded more like everything goes on the kitchen table or on the floor by the door. She got that from her mother Mildred Meairs. Mildred, Barbara and Ronda all keep a clean home.
I would also say that in 30 years, Ronda has trained me pretty well to keep my things put away. For instance, I probably own 30 hammers. I know where 3 are. The other 27 got "put away.
From there I go to my closet. At first glance, my garage looks pretty unorganized. I swore when I got home last Monday, I put my jacket on a chair at the kitchen table. She lowered her head and said look on the chair in front of your closet.
She has a new go-to place My closet is full.
This special holiday has so much meaning to my family. Although I did not serve, I have the utmost respect for those who did and are serving.
My dad was in the Navy during Viet Nam. His service actually had him in and around Cuba during a tense time with Russia.
He later did joint missions with many countries in South America. He was a radio technician on a mine sweeper. His Navy career is the reason I am now here writing this column. As a result of that meeting, and later a marriage, I was born in in Providence, RI.
It came full circle two years later when my son graduated from MLHS and went into the Navy, a decision that I am very proud of. He is approaching his second year of service and is now stationed with the Marines on a base in Okinawa as an RP Religious Program Specialist.
His duties as a Religious Program Specialist might seem sort of unimportant, but after boot camp and his "A" schooling, Nick went through 14 weeks of Marine Combat Training that he described as "worst thing ever".
Now he treasures the memories. He switched from "Blue" side Navy to "Green" side Navy. He is considered by his fellow Marines as one of their own. He trains, eats, sleeps and is in all practical measures, a Marine. The United States Fleet Marine Forces FMF are combined general and special purpose forces within the United States Department of the Navy that perform offensive amphibious or expeditionary warfare and defensive maritime employment.
All kidding aside, Nick is an awesome shot. According to Chaplain Jones, Nick earned the "expert marskmanship" ribbon with a broken rifle in Okinawa.
They are the "Tip of the Spear" in the event of a deployment in the South Pacific. So dad has a new learning curve. Thank God for the internet and Wikipedia! There are a bunch of amphibious assault vehicles and tanks and other attack ships.
One of those operations was a U. What I do know is that I am extremely proud of my son. He takes his job very seriously - most of the time. Nick has seen and done more in his 2 short years after high school than most of us get to do in a lifetime.A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing a Business Plan Why write a business plan?
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