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I joined quit a while ago, but, have been so busy I haven't been here for a while. My husband died 11/21/06 of a service connected illness. I am still trying to get my feet under me. I believe the best way to heal ones self is to help someone else. So that's what I am up to. I spend time , every day, trying to help a Veteran or family get their benefits. Sometimes it's about getting a Veteran in for an annual check up. Other times it's helping wade through the claims forms and the VA system. Today I am trying to help a Veteran find some Buddies from Vietnam. If this is ok for this forum , I'll be back tomorrow with the information . Rev. Pam if doing the right thing were easy, everyone would be doing it.

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I'm with you Pam...a widow myself, I learned how being an advocate for others can be a salve on a wound. Even if you fail, you still win.

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