The Word From the Trenches – August 28, 2017

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17 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – August 28, 2017

  1. Currently 86, 100 hi (YIKES! It’s been HUMID here lately too!), 60 lo.

    SMOKY, SMOKY,… SMOKY!!!!! 🙁

    1. It’s HORRIBLE outside right now! 98, only 23% humidity, BUT… the smoke is so thick it feels much worse.

      On top of THAT… NO BREEZE! 🙁

  2. While everyone is talking about Texas, there is another storm developing and getting ready to hit the southeastern coast (Florida and the Carolinas).

    Last night, I wasn’t just talking about the storm, when we got into it.
    You know that we got hammered by the recession in ’08, too…
    I was saying that he’s not the only one that got hit in ’08, had his children taken, got screwed over by an ex and the state, lost his job and livelihood, lost everything… At least, on top of those things, he didn’t lose more… he still has his health, can still walk/see/hear, hasn’t had a stroke, hasn’t had half his intestines removed, hasn’t had what little he had rebuilt stolen through ID theft, hasn’t been sent to prison on a felony for a made up charge, hasn’t been a victim of MK Ultra… Other Trenchers have been through what he’s been through and more…

    1. love you……we all have an accounting of that which life has dished out to us……through all adversities it does the soul no good to forget others suffer too…..if we don’t care for each other what is the point of life?

    2. Thanks for all you do here Angel,

      You’ve been our rock over the years. No explanation needed from you, ever.

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