Coot Commentary

I fear any food whose package proclaims a shelf life longer than my expected remaining years.

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One comment on “Coot Commentary

  1. Karen S says:

    On July 26, 2013, I visited the American National Cemetery in Normandy, France. The experience was powerful, and I felt compelled to take a few photos of grave markers, with the idea of researching the men who were buried here when I returned home. One of the photos I took was the gravesite of Donald F. Maxwell. I just read your blog entry that I found through a google search. I want you to know that your great-uncle Donald was thought of the day I visited his gravesite. I prayed for his family and thanked him for his sacrifice for our freedom. I would love to send you the photo I took if you care to share your email address with me. You can reach me at kschleusener@gmail.com.

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