A Pocket of Resistance: Aunt and Uncle Memories…sort of

i may have posted this before and you may have to zoom in to read it. It is a poem my Aunt Colleen Prichard wrote soon ¬†after i was born and her finance, my Uncle Bill Prichard was flying his fighter out of Belgium¬†— the name on the nose cone was “Colleen.”

This is especially for all of my Prichard family. i just wish i could remember her in those days. Oh what gloriously romantic times it must have been…not to mention scarier than hell.

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Aunt Colleen and a goofy kid outside 127 Castle Heights Avenue, Lebanon, TN, circa 1945
Aunt Colleen and a goofy kid outside 127 Castle Heights Avenue, Lebanon, TN, circa 1945
Nashville Banner article in 1945 re: First Lieutenant Bill Prichard.
Nashville Banner article in 1945 re: First Lieutenant Bill Prichard.

1 thought on “A Pocket of Resistance: Aunt and Uncle Memories…sort of

  1. This lovely link comes from MY brother-in-law (shown here with my sister). I’m sharing these with you so you too will have sunshine in your lives.

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