I have spent a few weeks preparing six jars of gifts,
I am wondering how can I send them to my son
who is serving in Iraq for his birthday?
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Happy Monday Evening!
Very well done and so thoughtful. :)
Lovely, well done.
Thanks for visiting my blog, and commenting.
Enjoyed your blog a lot.
he is far away !!!!
Happy Birthday for your son :))
Happy Birthday to your son and very well done. :)
Whoops, just read the last comment by you that said this was fiction. Well then it was well done!
Happy birthday to your son!
I hope the gifts arrive safely with your son. So far away from home yet still sharing in your love.
Wonderful 160. Good job. I just read your comment on this post being a fiction...:)
Very nicely done Jingle! Keep it up!
I like this...and love the little fairy...
What a wonderful idea.
I pray they get to him.
I've done home preserving - they may be classified as an improvised explosive device.
Thanks for the stopping by my blog Jingle. And thanks for the comment.
Lots of bubble wrap and a sturdy box. May the lad have a well spent birthday in peace and quiet.
I sent beef jerky vacuumed packed to Iraq to a Marine that will be in my house Wed.(in from Phoenix)he's been out a couple of years now- my sons best friend...
My best wishes to your son for his coming birthday! :)
What a wonderful mom! Very nice!!
He will really enjoy those so I hope you figure out how to send them!
Great bit of fiction, and the picture accompanies it perfectly :D
Mmmm...looks like cherries in one of those jars. I'd make micro-fiction out of that jar in a hurry.
Great one for the day, Jingle! And Happy Birthday to the son you do have!! Have a great week!
I hope you can get those jars of goodies to your son. HE WILL LOVE your taste from home.
Happy Birthday to your son!
wow that is so beautifully done :D
A really Thoughtful and Poignant Post Jingle, Nicely done.
u are the best this was fab a sixties word lol fab xxx
I love it... you smart lady!
Love these retro housewives pictures!
Good thing she made 6 jars. He'll want to share with his buddies.
Hi Jingle. So good! (and I love the water fall picture and your haiku!
This is great, Jingle. Have a great week.
Such a thoughtful Microfiction.
An unusual take on the prompt - well done :-)
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