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Veterans Day

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

As a service connected disabled Navy Vet I THANK first all my fellow Vets in all the US services. Next I THANK the loved ones of Vets for their support during and after service. I THANK everyone who has ever reached out in any way to help a Vet in any way! I would also like to Thank those who have not served for the appreciation of those who have so you enjoy the freedoms they earned for YOU!!!

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  • KEKEIKO
    Much appreciation for your service and sacrifice being in the military Steven. Gentle hugs, K
    1468 days ago
  • PATTYMCGRAW
    emoticon for doing what you have done and for all that you continue to do.
    1468 days ago
  • ICECUB
    emoticon THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DID. emoticon
    1468 days ago
  • FITNHEALTHYKAL
    From on vet to another emoticon for your service to our country. I am a Marine and one of my favorite bumper stickers reads "We have our few good men - Navy Corpsman". Not sure what you did in the Navy our sister service if you will but emoticon
    1468 days ago
  • TWEETYKC00
    Hats off to you and your fellow vets!!!
    1468 days ago
  • MBPP50
    Thank you for your service! We truly live in a great country and it is because of you and all the others like you who fought to preserve our freedom.
    1468 days ago
  • FLYER99
    Absolutely. I watched our services for the vets today and visited our memorial. Praise God that we have vets and servicemen and women who do such an awesome job in protecting us and our countries. Great blog Steven!

    Have a wonderful midweek Wednesday and congratulations on hitting 150K Sparkpoints. You're catching me!

    Good luck at the dentist Wednesday. I know everything will turn out just great!
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    1468 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/11/2014 11:42:18 PM
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