First read this:
Granny going to Iraq
At 60, she'll 'get message out about good things'
By William Croyle
Enquirer staff writer
ALEXANDRIA - When Suzanne Fournier tells people where she's going, the 60-year-old wife, mother and grandmother always gets the same reaction: disbelief.
"They say, 'You're doing what?' " Fournier said.
"Yes, I'd be crazy if I wasn't a little apprehensive, but I'm comfortable with it. I want to help those who need help."
Fournier will depart for Iraq on Aug. 28.
She's especially eager to work with the Iraqi media so it can tell information to civilians.
"There was so much devastation when we got there," she said. "Not so much from the war, but from neglect for so many years. But it's just mind-boggling to see what's in place now."
Then, if you want to get your little swell of pride in the American people and their innate tendencies towards heroism and sacrifice busted, read this:
One of the Du'ers said that he hates sheep.