Sunday, November 11, 2007

My Appreciation

It is Veteran's Day...is your flag flying today? Will you tell a Veteran thank you for their service today?

This post is dedicated to the Veteran that has my heart...my husband, Todd. Although we have only been together for 7 1/2 years...Todd served in the Army for 22 years. I am always amazed by the things he's done and places he's gone. His dedication to his country is unlike any other. I have a t-shirt that says...Army, not a job but a way of life and that is truly what it is.

Todd...I am so proud of you! Thank you for sacrificing your time, sometimes your health, and sometimes your individuality for those who didn't even realize what it is all about! You are 'da man and I love you lots!

To all the Veteran's out there...this is for you!!!


7 comments that make my day!:

Betty O said...

Lorie,
Thank you so much for posting this touching video. I, too, know and respect the importance of our Veterans. May God continue to bless the soldiers and their families.

Courtney Fowler said...

You are so wonderful for posting this...

YOU've been tagged!

Shannon Roberts said...

Hey it says it is no longer available! So bummed but give my Thanks to Todd!! I know I only know him thru your blog but he seems amazing & has talent, too!!!
Tell him we need a new card!!

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe said...

Lorie,
Thank you for sharing this video with us. It made me smile, gave me goose bumps and made me cry. I appreciate all of our soldiers serving to keep us all safe and I thank you for reminding everyone how important they are! Please wish your husband a wonderful day, not only today but every day! He truly is a HERO! Thank him on behalf of me and my family!
Lorraine

jodene said...

This is a big day for my family. I thank each and everyone who has ever served to help others!

Jennifer (jkincolorado) said...

Veteran's Day is important to me too.

Thanks for all you did/do Todd!

Kelly A. Swienton said...

Great video Lorie - thanks for posting it - it DEFINITELY gives you goosebumps. If only we could back to the basics here in the US of A! God bless and thank your husband for his service!