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My last Thanksgiving day wish,
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Ron/PA    Posted 11-28-2002 at 13:34:18       [Reply]  [No Email]
Well we finished a terrific meal, with family and friends, the dishes are done, and the leftovers are in the front row of the fridge.
Now that it seems like all is right with the world for a few hours I would ask a favor of each one of you here.

If by chance you get the chance to talk to a member of the armed services today, tell them that I said thanks, for their service, sacrifice, and my way of life. Or just tell them thanx from you,, that'll do.

Hoping next year all our young'uns are back home to celebrate.
Thanx
Ron


Grandma    Posted 11-28-2002 at 15:29:16       [Reply]  [No Email]

It's very comforting to know there are young Military men and women working and giving of their time and efforts to protect us.

I have a grandson, who is the father of two young daughters ages (2yrs and 9mos.) training in Tennessee. He is home on a 3 day pass for Thanksgiving. Of all things to be thankful for, I thinks this is the one we are the most thankful for.

Happy Thanksgiving and God Bless all.


Willy-N    Posted 11-28-2002 at 14:09:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
I remember my first Christmas away from home it was in Vietnam. I was 19 and it sure was lonely and I was homesick. So remember the troops that are on gaurd while we sit at home enjoying the freedoms they are protecting eating Turkey today. They maybe are having their first Thanksgiving away from their home and could you a pat on the back for the good job they are doing. Mark H.


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