Tag Archives: Manhood

Thank You for Caring

In response to your enquiry: NONE OF YOUR DAMNED BUSINESS! One can only assume by the flag image plus the Service Cap in silhouette and the fact that the seminar is to be held at the War Memorial that this … Continue reading

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I Am Not Like Other Men

Betwixt my mother and my father there was no domestic violence. My mother was not a rebel and my father was the unchallenged head of our household (as recognized in the Population Schedule of the Census). My father’s word was … Continue reading

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The Anvil

Some time in the late ’50’s or early ’60’s a local blacksmith closed shop and retired. My father bought up his forge and anvil along with a few rough-and-ready tools – hammers and tongs, chisels and even some horseshoes as … Continue reading

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