A Merry Christmas to the Soldiers away from Home.
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- at December 12, 2009, 17:53:23
As we prepare this holiday season nestled safe in our homes, our troops are off at war and can not be with loved ones at Christmas. It's a hard time for the the family of soldiers who they hold dear in their hearts.
For all the soldiers who gallantly fight and defend their country i wish you safety and solace through the holiday season. To the families who will not have their soldier home.....i bid you peace and comfort.
If you or someone you know won't be home this Christmas, please feel free to give them a mention.
- As a wife as one of those soldiers i want to thank you all for your well wishes. I have brotherinlaw who is leaving with the fbi for his second tour and my nephew is leaving for his third. My husband willl leave soon it is so hard and i am so frightened but i am more proud of those men and women who give itall and the families who stay behind and run thier families to support thier loved ones. God bless everyone those at home those afar and those poor people the innocent ones who live in the mist of it all.
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- at December 14, 2009, 00:31:49
- last active 4 months ago
The mission of Let's Say Thanks is to provide a way for individuals across the country to recognize U.S. troops stationed overseas. By submitting a message through this site you have the opportunity to send a free personalized postcard greeting to deployed servicemen and women.
The postcards, depicting patriotic scenes and hometown images, were selected from a pool of entries from children across the country.
All you have to do is click on your favorite design and either select the message that best expresses your sentiment or draft a personal note. The postcards are then printed on the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production Press and mailed in care packages by military support organization Give2TheTroops®.
"Today, most of the good people are afraid to be good. They strive to be broadminded and tolerant. It is fashionable to be tolerant but mostly tolerant of evil and this new code has reached the proportions of demanding intolerance of good."
I really do appreciate the sacrifice they do for us in this war.
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- at December 18, 2009, 17:49:46
- last active about 1 month ago
\I am VERY disappointed that we have to actually designate the solider who we send stuff to as I'm sure there's more then one who is alone and is depressed and maybe a gift, expression of thanks would help them through this time of unease.
If one of you Parents/spouse might pm me an addy, I was thinking of sending some dried drink mix or something like that so they could share it with their comrades also.
Or maybe a suggestion from you as to what to send?
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