Memorial Day My Buddy Chantel wrote an extraordinary offering that you can read on www.Ylcf.Org. So many of my heartfelt thoughts this weekend.
After Sunday church we have a special outside Memorial Day carrier. I stood there with a heart full of feelings and tears filled with tears. I think my guy was working long, tiring days in Iraq. As a man read a letter written by a Civil War soldier to his spouse the week before he died, I thought of the infantrymen from the wars. As I look at our magnificent flag in the air and hear the screams of taps, I think of the homes of 5 infantry soldiers killed in the final month of Mosul.
Then I felt a hand on my shoulder and my father stand beside me, tears welling up in his private eyes. I knew that his mind was on me. We stood in silence for a moment. At that moment he turned to me, helping me and Grant, thinking of the world to me.
I am very happy with my soldier. And the men and women who fight him for our yew shield. S. Ans .. and those who gave the whole thing – their lives – for our country. I am indebted to their carrier. I am grateful for their sacrifice.
Because I love this uni. S. B. With the heart of my heart.
God bless America and produce us again to follow Him as Kingdom.