Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Interesting Places



Let me tell you about my son-in-law's travels.
He has found the most interesting places to visit.
As you can see the taxi service here is amazing!

And its service is available both day and night.


The hotels are very unique - a little on the casual side,
and you really get to know your neighbor.





There are interesting art galleries to enjoy...


right on the streets.

A variety of restaurants...



extraordinary scenery to enjoy...


and exotic animals parade right up to your vehicle!


(Well, maybe I'm being a little facetious.)

But my SIL (alias soldier boy) did tell me about this website below.
The soldiers sign up for it on-line.
They can then pick up a free cup of coffee
donated by generous kind people like you.

Of course, it's more than just a free cup of coffee.
It's letting those protecting
your freedom know you care! :)
You can buy a soldier a cup of coffee at Green Beans. Just click HERE.
I'm sharing this with other most interesting posts at

25 comments:

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Thanks for sharing those amazing pics! Your son is an amazing young man! It takes a brave soul to serve this country. Cindy

podso said...

What a wonderful post. It's so real and personal for your family. Thank you for your sacrifice.

dotsie

sissie said...

Please thank your son for us. We fail to stop and realize all they sacrifice for our freedom.

You certainly bring it home in your post.

hugs
Sissie

Glenda/MidSouth said...

I have said it before and will say it again - Tell your SIL thank you for what he does!
Glenda

Mary said...

Marsha, thanks for sharing this with us. The photos are amazing. I heading over to but someone a cup of coffee, thanks to you. Have a great day...Mary

Valerie @ Intelligent Expressions said...

Such a powerful post. A great reminder to pray for our boys - and to see what they are going thru on a day to day basis. I know we can't even imagine.

A big thanks to your daughter and your son in law for his sacrifice on our behalf. May God keep him safe.

Thanks for letting us know about the Cup of Joe - that is a neat thing - I'm heading there right now!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Marsha, I am proud of your wonderful son and his service to our country! I'd be honored to buy him a cup of coffee ..checking out the website next!

Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

♥ Pat

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Marsha, my husband and I say thank you to your SIL and all the men and women who sacrifice for us.

Thank you for letting us know about the cup of Joe!

((Hugs))
Marsha

LV said...

A wonderful way to share something good to help our troops. You did a wonderful service and I truly enjoyed it.

luna miranda said...

amazing photos! what a life these soldiers lead.

Ebie said...

Beautiful post and photos! What a great sacrifice and service to our Country!

Light and Voices said...

A big thank you is being said from our house to yours. I wasn't aware of being able to buy a cup of coffee for our troops. Your son-in-law will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Joyce M

Regina said...

Happy Outdoor Wednesday Marsha.
Wow. Truly interesting.
Great post.
Such a brave man.

The Little Red Shop said...

Wow, God bless you and your family!!!

: )

Julie M.

Snappy Di said...

From the wife of a Viet Nam veteran I say "THANK YOU" to your son-in-law and all his buddies too!!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Cottage Sisters said...

Great post Marsha……We need to do all we can to help the soldiers. There is another website called AnySoldier.com. That helps get troops not only the necessities we take for granted at home, but things they can’t get where they are. Please thank your SIL and his troops for us @ Cottagesisters!

Love Bears All Things said...

Great post! We are thankful for our men & women in service on foreign soil as well as here at home. My club just put together numerous care packages to send. My son has also been there.
I enjoyed the travelogue.
Thanks,
Mama Bear

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Me again. :) I also am sick of this weather. Yes I am staying warm, as long as I stay inside. We have sunshine today, just wished it was warmer. I have an appt. this afternoon and dread getting out.
Glenda

Ann Creek said...

Your post makes me all teary eyed. My husband is a veteran from the 60's during the VietNam war. I'm so grateful you shared such personal pics. Its so wonderful they have little pieces of home to go and get coffee and food
Ann
Tin and sparkle

Janie's World said...

Thanks for giving us a peek into the lives of the brave men and women who give up their comfortable lives so that we may live ours!

Great post.

♥ Kathy said...

Thanks to your son for serving and thanks to you for sharing the pictures :) Happy Outdoor Wednesday

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

While were are safe at home, our soldiers are making sure it stays that way. A big thanks to your son-in-law and your family! And thanks for the web-site. I'm going right over to give a soldier or two a caring cup of Joe and a big thank you!
Yvonne

daylily777 said...

Wonderful post ! Thank you to your brave son & the other brave ones he serves with !
Blessings,
Myrna

Elaine said...

Marsha....what a really wonderful post! Since I don't presently have any family members in service I can only imagine the sacrifice it must be for your SIL and the rest of your family. I do so appreciate it. And thank you for the coffee link....it's a wonderful idea that I will tell others about too. :)

Elaine

LDH said...

I really enjoyed this post. I am sitting with my daughter looking at these amazing photos. Subway and Baskin Robbins.... amazing!

I enjoyed scrolling through more of your posts and enjoyed visiting with you today!

Kindly, ldh