Jabberwocky for 2005 May 30 (entry 0)

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[Comments] (2) I'm a Slacker: Today I didn't really get up until late afternoon. I didn't feel too well, and I figured, well, it's a holiday. I made dinner for me and Rachel, and then after she went to improv practice, I went out in back and weeded the chessboard. I am going to give groundcover One More Chance, and then if it doesn't take, as they say in Britian, "Sod it." I don't know why I'm so worried about having a chessboard; I'll never be able to afford the game pieces.

Rachel was upset because the Bakersfield Californian published a list of local men (It looked like all men) killed in war from World War Two on. She wondered why no World War One casualties were included. I wonder too. It's not because the information is unavailable. I ran a quick preliminary Google search and came up with one fellow within minutes.

I guess this World War One groupie had better write a letter to the editor.


Comments:

Posted by Susie at Tue May 31 2005 07:52

We were looking at that memorial in the Provo Cemetary with veteran's names listed. 5 tiles have been filled since Aunt Jeuney died, and there are only 30 left! There is a key to the abbreviations of the wars that includes "R-Revolutionary" and John and I wondered if there are really people from the Revolutionary War buried in the Provo Cemetary. I suppose anything is possible- we didn't look.

Posted by Susie at Tue May 31 2005 07:52

We were looking at that memorial in the Provo Cemetary with veteran's names listed. 5 tiles have been filled since Aunt Jeuney died, and there are only 30 left! There is a key to the abbreviations of the wars that includes "R-Revolutionary" and John and I wondered if there are really people from the Revolutionary War buried in the Provo Cemetary. I suppose anything is possible- we didn't look.


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