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December 2012 Roll Call

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  • Hello All Hope All Is Well Been difficult Year Had TKR Sept Last year recovery horrible sorry have not been part of or participating as much as I should also melanoma twice this year but I am here recent events increase in rating from 50 % to 90 % it helps but would rather have my health I wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday with there Loved Ones

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I am still checking in...hoping things get easier for the men and women coming home. I can't believe its over for me and the struggling is not what is was,its taking a while to grasp that fact.hope everyones Holidays are great.

M A C O O L

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" It being the time of the year that it is..."

Happy Holidays,

Cmdr. Bob

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Howdy, couldn't recall if I signed in for December or not. I'm good, mostly, staying a day ahead of challenging health issues, appreciative for my Hadit family & my kiddos & husband. There isn't a moment that goes by that I try to convince myself disability benefits are hard earned & not a dream. When I see or hear other veterans struggle with daily existence, I'm humbled having been pretty low before my good veteran freinds here at Hadit helped lift me up.

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and everyone happy holidays in their faith walk.

Peace on earth

Cg'up!

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"I'll Be Home For Christmas was sung by Bing Crosby in 1943 during the midst of World War II."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slTdbMrqaTE

Remembering Christmas 1967 RVN, and my many brothers that spent the last Holiday of their young lives there...

Wishing you all Hope & Peace in the New Year,

Cmdr. Bob

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