Please forgive that this story is a bit late for the holidays, but it is still worth reposting.
A very moving story. Although I believe this story is well written fiction, it is still a great reminder of the struggles our servicemen and women go through while serving this country.
Bless and Remember our troops this year and let’s not forget to recognize all our US Veterans also.
US Veteran Group on Linkedin
If you are a United States Veteran of the Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, National Guard and Coast Guard.
If you are a Reservist, Honorably Discharged, Retired or just looking to help the veteran cause and you are a member of Linkedin, than this Group is for you.
We do except family members of vets, recruiters and veteran resource groups like wounded warriors and other organization.
Come Join us Find Friends, Network with others to share information and resources. There is a job section for veterans looking for work and we also have a special group just for veteran job seekers and any organization, corporation, individual or business looking to hire vets. That group is US Veteran Jobs at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/US-Veteran-Jobs-3860175
Active Duty Also Welcome -Thank you for your service.
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This is the hardest letter I’ve ever written. I hate to address this to such a broad audience, but it’s the only way I can possibly get my point across. As we all know, Thanksgiving is coming up, which means Christmas is right around the corner as well. I beg you to appreciate what you have and all the people in your life. Do not take for granted those things that so easily are, and remember the privilege you have of spending quality time with the ones you love.
I haven’t seen my wife in six months, three weeks, two days, fifteen hours, thirty-seven minutes, and let’s see, twenty seconds now. I spend my nights in bed alone, if not in a hole somewhere on the opposite side of the world. Instead of drifting off to sleep to the sound of my wife’s steady breathing, I lie awake as explosions…
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