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                                   YOU WALK BESIDE US, NOT BEHIND US

Molly Pitcher
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Honored Artillery Wife(Click on picture)

                               Recipe for a Veteran's Wife
 
1 1/2 cup Patience
2 Cups Tolerance
1 Pound Courage
2 Tablespoons Elbow Grease
1 Dash of Adventure
 
       Marinate frequently with salty tears and pour off excess fat. Sprinkle, ever so lightly, with money, kneading dough well until payday. Season with international spices. Bake for 30 years or until done. SERVE WITH PRIDE!

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Lady Warbonnets-Reunion 2004

LADY WARBONNETS, LAWTON/Ft SILL, JUNE 2006
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Lady Warbonnets, thank you for your support. You are an important part of what we do.

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JEANNIE SHOWING OFF HER MOLLY PITCHER AWARD WITH BROTHER CHARLES

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Mavis Lamerson

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JANET and GISI

                          The Military Wife
 
The good Lord was creating a model for military wives and was into his sixth day of overtime when an angel appeared. She said, "Lord you seem to be having a lot of trouble with this one. What's the matter with the standard model?"
 
The Lord replied, "Have you seen the specs on this order? She has to be completely independent, possess the qualities of both father and mother, be a perfect hostess to four or forty with an hour's notice, run on black coffee, handle every emergency imaginable without a manual, be able to carry on cheerfully, even if she is pregnant and has the flu, and she must be willing to move 10 times in 17 years, and oh, yes, she must have six pairs of hands."
 
The angel shook her head. "Six pairs of hands? No way."
 
The Lord continued, "Don't worry, we will make other military wife's to help her. And we will give her an unusually strong heart so it can swell up with the pride in her husband's achievements, sustain the pain of separations, beat soundly when it's overworked and tired, and be large enough to say, "I understand', when she doesn't, and say 'I love you; regardless.' "
 
The angel circled the model of the military wife, looked at it closely and sighed, "It looks fine, but it's too soft."
 
"She might look soft," replied the Lord. "But she has the strength of a lion, you would not believe what she can endure."
 
Finally the angel bent over and ran her finger across the cheek of the Lord's creation. "There's a leak, she announced. Something is wrong with the construction. I am not surprised that it has cracked, you are trying to put too much into this model."
 
The Lord appeared offended at the angel's lack of confidence. "What you see is not a leak," He said. "It's a tear." The Lord replied, "It's for joy, sadness, pain, disappointment, loneliness, pride, and a dedication to all the values that she and her husband hold dear."
 
"You are a genius!" exclaimed the angel.
 
The Lord looked puzzled and replied, "I didn't put it there."
 
                         *********Author unknown*********

Edie Huff
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You did what?!!

Gisi & Linda
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Dinner & Conversation - June 05

November 2004 - Warbonnet Wife
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Janet Lund learning the Gunner duties

Germany 1986
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Gisi Hamilton & Linda Robison