Chapter 10

Chapter 10

The Ambulance Chronicles
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:: Sunday, April 15, 2007 ::

Too many witty comments in my head to pick just one

Eh, more work. That's about it. With the E-7 gone, I sorta took over his roll. So I guess I'm an E-11. If only that were true.

There's really too much stupidity going on to post about. True part is that it has been going on all year long. It's quite sad. You would think that most people in the Army would have their heads on straight and wouldn't try to pull off stupid stuff every chance they get. Well, most people excludes Joe.

Regardless, the stupidity is killing me. Forget the Taliban; I'm dying from the stupidity surrounding the Army. I don't know if this blasphemy against the Army but it is full of stupid people. I admit, I have made a few mistakes (many actually) but I am man enough to admit it. And laugh. Some people just are so arrogant that they will never be wrong.


This is life, though. I had to be introduced into it eventually. I'm almost fully rounded out now. I know the rigors of marriage, the pain of bills, the stupidity of the world, and the agony of work. However, I still have children left. Thank the good Lord that it takes two people for that part of life to come about; there's no way I could do that alone.

Speaking of my better half, she called me the other day. I was so in shock and awe (the military tends to do that) that I had no idea what to say. I'm sure I sounded like a big bumbling fool to her. I seriously just studdered quite a bit and managed to spit out a few "I love you" phrases to her. She is doing well, though. She enjoys the training and is having fun. The stupidity of the Army is getting to her as well, but we all must meet that fact at some point in our life.

Another day down. Only a few more to go. This is taking forever.

God is still amazingly good. All the time.

:: Ben 1:20 PM [+] ::
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