Today and every day...

Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Westexas Rider, May 25, 2009.

  1. Today is a special day, set aside to remember and give thanks to those
    who gave their all, their lives, in service to our country. We thank
    all the men and women who have served our country in the armed
    forces. Your sacrifices and those of your families are not forgotten
    and you are all appreciated each and every day.
    Say "thank you" to a Veteran for their part in helping to keep you and
    this country free!
    We ask that our troops, where ever they may be, come home safe.

    Thank you all, God Bless.

    Sunny Williams, Chaplain,
    Texas Veterans Association, Chapter 3
    Westexas Rider, May 25, 2009
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    Schiffner Guest

    as always...both today and armistace day.
    Schiffner, May 25, 2009
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    BiffB Guest

    I appreciate that the troops have kept the world free, so that I may
    enjoy my overindulgent American lifestyle, and watch this Land of the
    Lost marathon on the Sci-Fi channel.
    BiffB, May 25, 2009
  4. Whatever trips y'alls triggers. ;)

    There was a nice Memorial Day service at the court house here today.
    Our Texas Veterans Chapter 3 was responsible for getting and setting
    up chairs. After the service, we loaded up the trailers with chairs,
    Joe hopped in the truck and headed back to the American Legion hall,
    I caught a ride on the back of my friend and club brother's Gold wing.
    I wasn't even 'askeered'. ;)
    Robert said he doesn't like to ride alone and his wife works all the
    time. I told him I'd ride with him any time, just drop by and if I'm
    not up to riding my own, I'll sit on the back of his GW and keep my
    mouth shut. He said if I did that, I couldn't go... he doesn't want
    me to fall asleep like Jane does. LOL

    Y'all have a great day, ride safe.
    Westexas Rider, May 25, 2009
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    Schiffner Guest

    heh, your velkommenen. I'd forgotten how atrocious the acting was on
    that show...but oddly enough good story telling, simple not overly
    complicated. But that acting...
    Schiffner, May 26, 2009
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