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The things that must be done

For freedom to be won.

Made a mess? I'll clean it up,

More than enough to refill that cup.

Call on me, I'm always here,

Or there or both so have no fear.

I'll keep things straight at home or work,

Coddle me and I'll go berserk.

I'm the toughest sort you'll find,

There aren't too many like my kind.

So when you see me don't salute,

Just smile and recall: faith is absolute.

On an easy spree today... Have fun :D

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The things that must be done

For freedom to be won.

Made a mess? I'll clean it up,

More than enough to refill that cup.Toy soldiers

I think I just had a duh.gif <<<---edit

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Breakdown----hmmmm....

1. The answer is a living person

2. Soldier is closest to this person (generally)

3. This person might/might not be a mother or father

Could it be a....

a "fellow" soldier??

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Breakdown----hmmmm....

1. The answer is a living person

2. Soldier is closest to this person (generally)

3. This person might/might not be a mother or father

Could it be a....

a "fellow" soldier??

Not yet

:offtopic: you mentioned a husband earlier, what does he do for a living? (If you don't mind me asking of course) major hint...

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No of course, I don't mind....

He is disabled now. He has DDD, was a LLC. Residental Electrican.

P.S. He is retired military, but no, (as you can tell) I have not asked

him for help.blush.giflaugh.gif

Father in law has that too, but very mild... Heh I was a master electrician before landing my new job, still am I guess...

you may be too close to the answer to see it, try looking from his perspective...

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Has had it for 14 yrs not, doctors said he would of been in a

wheelchair by now, but he is still able to move around somewhat..

shows what they know, right???

My hubby

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Army wife, or Soldier's husband ???

Let me see......not may left..

WooHoo!!!! Yes, my sister in law is an army wife, and so naturally almost all of her friends are... I wrote this after a few of them had some scary news because even though they were worried and scared they still managed to take care of their kids and their houses and jobs like their world wasn't crumbling around them

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