Friday, November 11, 2016

Thank You Veterans...




Thank You, just never seems to be enough, but it is most heartfelt.
Thank You, to the veterans that have served our country, because of you, our country stands for freedom.  
Thank You, to the three veterans in my family, and the many more that are considered family.

"Doc on the far left, he did more for us than most people will ever know. Thanks".
 (Doc is my Navy corpsman grandson, Cody)

16 comments:

  1. The men who man the walls are the only thing between freedom and slavery.

    Thank your dad for me.

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    1. LL, Indeed they are.
      Thank You for what you have done for us, and continue to do.

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  2. Beautiful post Brig. Amen to LL's comment.

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    1. Granny Annie,
      Thanks Annie, I know you appreciate and realize what our veterans sacrifice for us.

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  3. It was such a nice day to honor those who serve and who have served our country. Thanks to your family.

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    1. Euripides,
      I wonder why we don't have kids days at the veterans homes, so the young can get a feel for what makes up our history...

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  4. This is one thing every American can get behind. Thank you to the brave men and women who defend our country--often at a high price.

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    1. Arkansas Patti,
      I pray that that is so. So much can be learned from them, and the cost is beyond measure...

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    1. Old NFO,
      Thank You for your long and honorable service to our country! Enjoy that well earned retirement.

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  6. Beautiful post! Thank the old man and Cody for us!

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    1. Grunt,
      Thank you for the kind words. I will pass your comment on to them.

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  7. Thanks is never enough but it is a start. Please pass on our thanks (from the Rancho where in honor of our country and veterans, we pressed 800 lbs of olives and lived to tell about it) to your family members who served and are serving. The Judge is military as are my nephews and several of the people who helped us press are military as well.

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    1. Cheri,
      I will most certainly pass on your thanks.
      To the Judge and the rest of the crew, Thank You & Press On. Awesome job Rancho OlivO (best in the West private label)!!!

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  8. Respect to the veterans.

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    1. LSP,
      Means more than you know, Padre.

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