Today as we honor our veterans and those still fighting the fight so we can have freedom in our great country, I want to say Thank You!
Thank you for your commitment.
Thank you for your service.
Thank you for giving your life so that we can have ours.
Thank you for giving so selflessly so that we may “have.”
Thank you for giving up time with your families that we may have time with ours.
And thank you for the ultimate sacrifice of YOU.
Today, let’s honor, pray for, and give thanks to the men and women of our great country who are too often forgotten as we live the life we have because of their sacrifice.
“My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” – John F. Kennedy
With such a big week, it’s difficult to narrow it down to three, as blessings flowed–and keep flowing–abundantly. However, keeping consistent with my Friday posts, my top three for the week:
3.) The amazing freedoms in our country, none that have come without a steep price by dedicated and loyal military men and women, that give us the freedom of choice in so many vital areas of this beautiful thing called life.
2.) The outstretched arms of my precious granddaughter followed by the feel of her little arm curled around my neck. A grandparent’s delight.
1.) Dancing with my son at his wedding for the Mother-Son dance, to the song Watercolor Ponies by Wayne Watson. Reduced this mama to tears of joy, pride, and love beyond anything I could have ever imagined since the day he was born.
Wishing everyone a beautiful, filled-with-love-food-fun-family-and-friends Fourth of July!
I’m back off to the wilderness of camp! 🙂