Veteran’s Day has deep and personal meaning to many families around the world. Ours is one of those. My husband was killed on active duty and left behind two children and devastated friends and family. Time has passed. Our shock and grief replaced with a resolve that has hopefully made our lives stronger because of our loss. This isn’t a post to elicit sympathy but a short and simple post to say thank you to everyone who is currently serving and who have served our country.
I’m passionate about my support of the troops whether I believe in the conflicts that our country is involved in our not. And I hope that you will too. In the past I’ve posted about Fischer House and encourage anyone who is thinking about a gift this holiday season to consider making a donation to support the families who may not be able to be in their own homes this holiday but staying close by one of the military hospitals to be with loved ones.
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