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An Ounce Of Protection…

Is definitely worth a pound of cure when it comes to cancer. Now that the "good ole summertime" is here, PLEASE take the time to use protective lotion and a good hat when you go out.

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The Bravest March

The day broke clear- the temperature would reach a sweltering 87 degrees.

The attack started like a vision of armageddon- 150 cannons continuously firing until ears rang and the air was like heavy fog from the acrid smoke.

Slowly, 6000 men lined up in a mile and a half queue and turned to face the enemy.

Their task was to march shoulder to shoulder across ¾ mile of open field and take a hill infested with thousands of waiting guns.

And so they marched, their chances so bleak that sharpshooters were stationed to shoot any who tried to turn back. They had a long time to think during that march, a very long time to be brave. Half would be killed or wounded.

Pickett's Charge would fail as it must, and General Lee would retreat, having gone as far into the North as the South ever would in that horrible war.

Today, they would try to get back home. The Union troops would not pursue. Finally, rain. Finally, and end to lethal battle and massive death. One must wonder what thoughts they had, marching home, defeated, on the day we celebrate our independence.

Something to think about, 149 years later.