Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
I think that, given your time in the military, you're allowed to be a little jingoistic. You didn't serve in my military but still, thank you for your service.
But, I ALWAYS liked serving with your military. Like Canada's, it was always a pleasure.
Thank you for your service, Al. I'll always have a special place in my heart for military members, past and present. It takes a special kind of person to serve.
At first, I wanted a job and chance to see and do neat things. Later on, I felt that it was the right thing to do. No regrets.
Nothing wrong with being jingoistic a bit, especially since you served. Thanks.
I loved every chance i go to work with Canadian air forces. They were great people who taught me what "moose milk" was.
I can see why we didn't go with Remembrance Day, 50% of Americans couldn't spell it without help.Happy Veterans Day
I think that's what they call it in Canada.Those smarty pants with their hockey, Celine Dion, and spelling.
You deserve to be proud. Thanks for your service
It was an honor.
You should be proud! Happy Veterans Day.
Not sure why, but I was all day.Plus, my uniform still fits. So there's THAT.
Happy Veterans Day to you.
Thanks! I had a wonderful day.
My love and pride for/of you are immense.Incidentally I had to look up "jingoistic." Here's what I found "the practice of jingoes" and "bellicose chavinism." Sometimes I wonder about this Webster fellow.
I once had a nun accuse me of having a "scatological" sense of humor. Since I didn't know what that meant, I had to look it up. To spare you...in essence it means "pertaining to excrement."I think I was offended.