I'm not suggesting a war of posts - though post-war would be a nice change.
As long as things didn't get out of hand.
Posts are after all what keep us here.
Moving posts, intriguing posts, transporting posts.
One post can support a great deal. A cache for instance.
The absence of posts is a sign of something. Sloth, apathy, desuetude, busy-ness, depending.
Posts can be convivial.
Making posts can be laborious, even arduous at times.
Yet posts are useful, even necessary.
Here's one more
still here 02:00
Mrs. Shotbang with her four children she delivered herself. Husband broke his foot early this spring. About time baby was to be born they ran short of coal and bed clothing, Mrs. Shotbang had to take care of the newly-born baby and the rest of the family, cutting fence posts for fuel. The family almost froze; no mattresses on the beds this past winter, only quilts over the hard springs.Russel Lee
Williams County, North Dakota, October 1937
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