Different attacks, different weapons

Esther's Petition

PurseGunA .22 caliber revolver shared space in my purse with wallet and checkbook in the 1970’s. (In those days I didn’t need a permit to carry it.)

I’d been a crack shot with pistol, rifle and shotgun since my early teens, having been taught by my hunter grandfather Da and uncle Mike.

The lightweight .410 shotgun I used had originally belonged to my grandmother Mimi. Since she seldom fired it, as long as Da gave me proper instruction she was happy to relinquish it to her oldest grandchild, me.

(I must admit, however, I had cried after killing that first bird and refused to go hunting with Da again. See this post about granddaddy and me. https://scfamilymemories.wordpress.com/2015/06/21/spending-time-with-granddaddy/)

In the 70’s we lived way out in the middle of the county. It was thirteen miles from the nearest city limits, I worked ten miles further on than that, and having…

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  1. Love this. so true!!! How are you doing?

    Robin :) The LORD bless you and keep you; The LORD make His face shine on you and be gracious to you; the LORD turn His face toward you and give you peace.

    Numbers 6:24-26

    On Sun, Jul 19, 2020 at 6:15 PM Esther’s Petition wrote:

    > Bette Cox posted: ” ” >

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