To our veterans and active military families - Thank you for all of your service and sacrifice. I know there has been loss this year, and I want you to know you are still in my thoughts, Veterans day or not...
Esmerelda Supercalifragilistic (41) DD (5) DS (2) Just eat it, will ya
Yes, we knocked that out in early October with help from my sister, my late sister's partner and her best friend. Last week I got her personal effects from the Army. I couldn't believe how much stuff she deployed with. That was hard because it was only me taking care of the stuff. There wsa one box that I couldn't open which was what she was wearing the day she died. Now I'm trying to get Bank of America to get off its butt so that I can hand her house back over to them. She owes far more than the house is worth. I'll be glad when I get all of the estate stuff wrapped up and I can put closure on this. Thanks for your thoughts.
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