just came back from the toilet.. phhrruussshhhhhhh
i like reading books/mags inside toilet. HWM, National geographic, Stuff, and many more that i can grab before i go to toitlet. suddenly i remember Rahmat’s national geographic magazine, the back cover. It’s a cover of a nurse writing a memo from a soldier to his family/relatives. i can remember one phrase, ” we cannot leave them”. so i key in the word ‘national geographic’ and the phrase “we cannot leave them” and i found this…
the really , verily the same picture on rahmat’s magazine. and again, tersentuh
Caption = A Salvation Army “lassie” writes home for a wounded World War I soldier in 1918. “Ask an American doughboy if life would have been worth living at the front without the Salvation Army cook, comforter, and general utility cheerer,” noted a November 1918 Geographic story on war efforts. “Told by the colonel of a regiment that she would be killed if she persisted in serving her doughnuts and cocoa to the men while under heavy fire,” one Salvation Army worker said: “Colonel, we can die with the men, but we cannot leave them.“
—Margaret G. Zackowitz
Kenapa aku post mende nih? sbb aku nak tersentuh jap. hahah. lately there’s so much this thing wandering in my mind.
so please, don’t leave me when i’m at battlefield.
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