Sunday, June 5, 2016

Rainbow Snippets ~ A Place to Call Their Own

“We fought together in the Ninth Iowa the entire time, Pa,” Frank answered with the same frustration as before. “You get to know a comrade pretty well after training, fighting, sleeping, eating, and bathing together.”

Greerson lifted one eyebrow when his son mentioned sleeping and bathing together. “Frank, the plains are no place for a young man like yourself. One bad season could destroy everything you have. There are Indians and wild animals like you’ve never seen before. There are more tornadoes out there than here, where things are civilized. I just don’t think it’s a good idea.”

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  1. Sounds like Frank is having a good time but Dad isn't so sure.

  2. To heck with being civilized...:)

  3. LOL. I love that tornadoes don't happen where it's more civilized. Sounds like Dad doesn't want to let his son grow up.

  4. Dad is definitely not ready to let go.

  5. In that era I'm sure it was extra difficult to say goodbye when I child moved away. It often was the last time they'd see each other.