Monday, December 8, 2008

Send A Soldier a :o)


If you go to this web site, you can pick out a thank you card and Xerox will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq . You can't pick out who gets it, but it will go to a member of the armed services.

How AMAZING it would be if we could get everyone we know to send one!!! It is FREE and it only takes a second. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the soldiers received a bunch of these?

Whether you are for or against the war, our soldiers over there need to know we are behind them. This takes just 10 seconds and it's a wonderful way to say thank you.

Please take the time and please take the time to pass it on for others to do. We can never say enough thank you's.
Thanks for taking to time to support our military!

Whether or not you agree with the policies behind the military or its involvement in the current conflicts, these are our men and women serving their country, our country, and sending a card is not showing support of the action behind them, but the soldiers themselves. Each man and woman serving this country deserves our prayers and our thanks, regardless of your personal conviction as to war and the like.
I have a brother and a nephew serving overseas, one by military action, the other by personal choice and conviction. Personally, I don't agree with our military being over there/anywhere in conflict, and I have mixed feelings about the military stand in many aspects, but my prayers are with each and every one of them despite those personal feelings.


Barb J. said...

My daughter was just asking if we could send a card to a soldier. This is just the thing - thank you for posting it!

Elizabeth-Plain and Simple said...

Thank you for the information. I will include the web site in some of my e-mails. These young men and women are also in my prayers.



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