Thank You To All The Veterans

I have tried for the past few years to always use this opportunity to say THANK YOU.

Thank you to all the men and women that have served our country.  To the ones still serving.  The the ones that paid the ultimate sacrifice.

I like to share a few photos to remember those that paid the price we are so thankful for.

Thank you SSG Jason Brown, you are so missed by your family.  KIA April 17, 2008.

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To my hero.  My Grandpa.  Thank you.  Thank you for your service in WW2.  We love you so much and are so thankful for your service to our country.  Grandpa is 93 years old and still lives on his own and rarely shares stories from his service days.

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For my cousin Kyle.  He served two tours in the US Army and I believe his heart will never be the same.

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I have many more I could share…

I simply want to say THANK YOU to all the veterans.

 

Wendy

Comments

  1. Joyce Hill says

    Wendy, I just want to say thank you for thanking the veterans. My husband, my uncle, my mother’s brother, and my father-in-law, along with numerous other family members are veterans. I want to say thanks to all veterans also. Again, thank you.

  2. Yvonne says

    Thank you for thanking the veterans, that doesn’t happen enough.
    I live in Australia, originally from the U.K. My grandparents, uncles,
    My MAM, my dad all served in the 2nd world war. My husband who
    Is Australia served our country in VietNam, he like your cousin, I believe
    never be the same of heart.
    Thank you to them all.
    We forget, that due to their sacrifices they made,
    we are able to lead the good lives we have.
    Thank you again for reminding us

  3. Luz Berenguer says

    Thank you, my husband serve in the US Marines Vietnam. Thank you all!!!!
    God Bless!! To All who have served to keep us free….

    Amen!

  4. Gloria Sperring says

    What a beautiful way to say Thank you! Walmart is sponsoring a green light bulb you can put in your outdoor lights to let a vet you don’t know, that you are saying Thank YOU for your service. Because we can’t always know who has served. My youngest son served. He was at the Atlantic summer Olympics. He was standing at his post when a little elderly lady turned to him for help. She’d been separated from her family and needed his help to find them. I thank God every day for that elderly lady. She didn’t know my son but she saved her life in and his that day. Had he been at his post, he would have died in the bombing. Thank God for sparing my son and our family And Thank YOU to all our vets. We love you all!

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