Monday, May 31, 2010

Thank You

Almost 10 years ago, my brother left home to begin his service with the Navy.  He's since been in Florida, California, Guam, Iraq and currently lives in Virginia with his wife.  For each one of you that have or have loved ones that have served, are currently serving, and have lost loved ones that have served, I stand humbly grateful for your sacrifice.   Thank you Ryan!

My life in America goes on, somewhat unchanged, because of what you have and are fighting for - my freedom to be a proud American.  Regardless of your political thoughts or how you vote in elections, those who serve in the armed forces do it so we can each hold those differing beliefs yet live in peace. 

Thank you soldiers to all of you.

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