I wish more people truly appreciated the sacrifices that others have made for our country.MrWray said:Everyone have a safe weekend
And thank you to all the armed forces, former, present, and the fallen for everything that you have done.
Thank you axxe for the post. I am reposting it because it's the way I feel and nothing to add to your elequent statement.kycol said:I too would like to say a heart felt thanks to those who have served or are still serving. To all who have ever put on a uniform in war time or peace time. To the solders, doctors, and nurses. To the families of those also who's sacrifice is seldom recognized the wives, husbands, fathers, mothers, brothers and sisters.
I am so glad to see America return to seeing our men and women as heroes. A time where our men and women in uniform are shown the respect that they are due. I know this hasn't always been the case. Our solders of Vietnam were not, these men and women came home to riots, name calling, and a disrespectful nation. For many the war raged on even after the return home.
Then again the war rages on for many today, for the wounded and the families of those who are not returning home. The struggle will go on maybe for the rest of their lives.
To all of you I THANK YOU, I appreciate you. I will not forget you.
Don't feel lonely WOC, it happens to me everytime I see it . I generally don't cry, unless it is the best of humanity and sometimes the worst.winds-of-change said:Downsouth, you ripped my heart out with that picture. I cry pretty easily.