Wife to an Army veteran, mother of four, rescuer of animals, lover of history, and general scribe.
Bestselling books: Rebekah's Quilt (Amish fiction, first in a series), A Heart on Hold (historical romance, first in a series), The ABC's of Oklahoma Plants (children's nonfiction), The ABC's of Texas Plants (children's nonfiction), and The Big Bad Wolf Really Isn't so Big and Bad (children's nonfiction).
WeWriWa - May 3, 2015 - Missi Wanderin' in the Woods
Welcome back to this week's eight sentence snippet from my forthcoming memoir from Missi Wanderin' in the Woods! Let's see how Charlie, the soldier who had just sought help for PTSD symptoms only to be escorted out of Mental Health by Military Police and told not to come back. “Just
so long as we’re clear,” the smaller officer snorted as they turned to go.
Charlie stiffened. “Excuse me?” Both
MPs froze, their backs to us, as my husband with the dreamy dimples
continued, his already loud voice now a bellow. “You two may be Military Police, but I am still
your senior NCO, so turn around and stand at attention for God’s sake!”
Wind gone from their sails, the Private
First Class and Corporal slowly turned. “I appreciate your doing your job, but
you will conform to military
standards when addressing your senior NCO. Is that clear?” Get back to other Weekend Writing Warrior participants here!