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Jan Swisher
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A Glimpse into my Young Life via Recollections of my Mother
Tonight, we attended an event planned by one of our PWOC leaders.  It was billed as a night of "Soul Food."  What is soul food to an American?  It could range from the traditions thought to be attributed to our African American families, or Cajun food from ...
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The Day We Left for Australia and Landed in Korea, Part III
We left Colene's very early in the day to be at Hickam terminal for roll call.  That usually meant that the plane would take off 2-5 hours later.  A fellow traveler (didn't verify it) told us if it is a Virtual Roll Call (Hawaii and a couple other bases do ...
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"We've Been BOOed!"
Huck, Finn and I stepped out of our front door about 7:30A.M. for our morning walk, and as I looked down, I found the following: How cool!  After reading the little poem, the fine print instructions below the poem told me to place the "We've Been BOOed" sid...
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Second installment of our trip. . . last part to follow quickly.
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The Day We Left For Australia but Landed in Korea, Part II
Picture of us from years of 1979-1981  After retiring from the Navy many years ago, pastoring a local church for 20 years, teaching school, and rearing three awesome children, we once again find ourselves in the military.  For the past five years, my husban...
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The Day We Left For Australia but Landed in Korea
Before we travel out of the country, we call our credit card company, our service provider for our phones, our bank and our auto insurance agent just as a matter of alerting them, but also, refreshing our memories of what is offered concerning coverage and ...
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"Jesus Is the Sweetest Name I Know"
Yes, I have sung that old song many times with my mom and dad and congregations across the U.S., but never has it had greater meaning than today as we visited a chapel on Osan AFB, Korea.  As the offering was taken, a group of four females--two Korean and t...
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