Thank You

A friend sent me this link, The Gratitude Campaign. For those times when you have just a brief encounter with one of our brave servicemen or women and want to show your appreciation, but don’t quite know how, the Gratitude Campaign proposes a simple but heartfelt gesture.

I hope you’ll watch the small movie. To all our service men and women and their families . . .



Sweet Comments

  1. What a great idea – I’m so glad you shared – I loved looking over your blog – beautiful work!

  2. This made me cry. My DH is a Lt. Col. in the AF. While his current job as an IP doesn’t have him going overseas, although he could for 1 yr, he has been deployed twice. The author of this said it had been awkward to say thank you – believe me, it is awkward on both ends. Our active duty military truely just feel they’re only doing their job like everyone else. They do appreciate the gesture, however big or small. Just by saying “thank you” we make their homecomings so much better than it was for those returning from Vietnam – No thank yous, no support, no counseling,resulted in some very sad stories. So awkward as it may be, a “THANK YOU” is always a good thing.

  3. super

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