once upon a town

once upon a town - Dear Journal, I typically dont write my...

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Dear Journal, I typically don’t write my thoughts down, but this neglect can be attributed to my natural ability to remember nearly all of the events in my past. I write today, because I wish to recognize how the world around me has changed and if these changes are possible to recount. Already I have been married, yet I still remember past events such as the time that I spent at the very special North Platte Canteen which remains close to my heart. At the time my family had made incredible sacrifices for the soldiers of which I did not understand. However, today I realize the importance of donating even small amounts of honey, and that small sacrifice of ours paled in comparison to the years of service our troops willingly dedicated to serve the nation. The life that I lived can be summed up in one word: mellifluous. From the food to the music, everything during my childhood flowed so smoothly of which I am extremely grateful. Part of this equanimity that I experienced may also be ascribed to serving the soldiers that fought
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