Not every thread you make is going to get an answer. Either they aren't seen because of how many posts & replies are made or people just dont have an answer for it. That's how forums work.btw, yesterday I put an SAT registration question on a Chit Chat forum independent thread. Approx. 18 hours later I've had no responders.
My grandfather was at the Battle of the Bulge as well, he too got shot there. He had shrapnel in his neck for the rest of his life, it was lodged in a spot so close to the vertebrae & nerves that they feared if they tried to get it out he would be paralyzed. So he went in regularly for checkups on it to make sure it wasn't shifting, if it was they would've attempted but it never shifted.Yeah, there are a lot of really interesting people. My uncle (mom's brother) served in WWII in the battle of the bulge. Somewhere along the line, we THINK at the bulge, he was shot, but he survived. We don't really know for sure where he was or anything because he never talked about the war at all. And he came home with PTSD and his doctor told my grandmother to get him a dog...dogs were good for calming and the care of another living thing gave them something to focus on. He always always had a dog after that. He wasn't "interesting" as far as doing great things when he got home, but just that he survived...what he saw and lived through....and he was always kind.
We’re up to about 5” here in Indy. I can’t complain, it’s a lot less than we used to get in Wisconsin...
Yes, I drove an average of 15mph on the side streets today.. drove 40mph on the highway when coming in to work.
Have a safe drive home.Yes, I drove an average of 15mph on the side streets today.. drove 40mph on the highway when coming in to work.
T’s basketball games were cancelled due to the weather. I’m not sure if basketball and soccer will get cancelled tomorrow as well.. haven’t heard anything yet.
He’s sled riding right now with his cousins, so T’s loving the snow!
@MouseDreaming T’s school also has outdoor recess unless temps are below zero. They just bundle up. The girls are allowed to wear leggings under their uniform skirts (in the winter)..but I still feel bad for them.
My dd will be taking the ACT. What was your question?Today is one day closer to spring. It's practically mid. January already! Each day we experience the sun sets later than the day before.
I'm just overflowing with positive thoughts today
btw, yesterday I put an SAT registration question on a Chit Chat forum independent thread. Approx. 18 hours later I've had no responders.