Julia: I was touched by your commentary regarding Douglas Bransom’s Mother’s Day poem written during World War II.
Would it be too much to ask for the presidential candidates to give us a clue about their plans for the American food supply?
Doyle: Please read and comment on a Mother’s Day poem mailed in 1943 by my oldest brother, Douglas Bransom, to our mother. Douglas was serving in the U.S.
It pains me deep-like when those near and dear to me are hurting. And lately, the folks in my oldest sister’s family are having a bit of an identity crisis.
Most of the Lone Star State has seen a deluge of rain the last few days.
And the forecast? More rain.