Monday, December 7, 2009

thank you

At our sil's going-away ceremony, a lady held up a sign that merely said "Thank you".

She took the time to make the sign, she took the time to come, she took the time to stand in respect while American soldiers marched past.

It warms my heart to know that people care which brings me to thanking you. You made the kindest, most heartfelt comments on my last post. My family and I deeply appreciate each one!

Thank you for your prayers, your gratitude, and for caring.


sissie said...

Americans are extrodinary people and patriotic to the core. God Bless your SIL and our troops.

Sharon said...

I say a prayer every night for our men and women in harms way. I am also very LOUD and the first to remind some people that they are out there protecting us and our precious freedom. My heart breaks when I see them go for I know what they are giving up. I will keep your son in law in my prayers too. Sharon

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podso said...

What a striking image. It says it all.

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

Wow, that sign says it all. May God bless your sil and your whole family while you're separated.