Thank you to all the men & women who have served, do serve, or will serve in our military.
You sacrifice it all so we can have it all. Thank you.
Thank you to my grandfathers, my uncle, and my brother-in-law.
My paternal grandpa fixed planes overseas in Japan while my maternal grandfather flew them. I am in awe of their dedication and resilience.
Thank you to the wives and husbands, moms and dads, siblings, friends, and family members of military men and women.
I can’t imagine saying “goodbye” and not knowing if or when you’ll get to say “hello” again.
Thank you to the dogs, horses or other animals that have served along side soldiers in the line of fire.
If you’ve never looked into the role dogs play in war you definitely should- it’s amazing.
It’s Tuesday now, but I don’t think “thank you”s are limited to Memorial Day.
So thank you to our soldiers. And thank you to their families.
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Totally agree- our thankfulness truly should continue beyond Monday!
Luckily your “grateful Mondays” remind me to be grateful at least once a week! 🙂
This is so sweet Louise! And I agree, thank yous should never be limited to just one day.
Thank you! I’m not very good at remembering to throw out random gratitude, but it’s something I’d like to work on! 🙂
Yes, so agree. Wishing to extend thanks every day. Such a wonderful post.
Thank you, Ann 🙂