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Old 09-28-2009, 04:34 PM   #14
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Default A Way To Say Thank You

Most of us don’t have family members serving in Iraq or Afghanistan, but we may know of someone who does. It may be a neighbor’s son or daughter, with whom we are not personally acquainted. These young people are making all the sacrifices, while we go about our daily lives as usual. May I suggest sending a care package to a service man or woman who is over there, as a gesture of gratitude for the sacrifices they are making for us. With just a little effort we can make their days brighter and say a thank you at the same time.

Here is a website with suggestions on what they would appreciate receiving:
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