Thursday, November 09, 2006


At the Sea-Tac USO tomorrow, a Soldier in the ARMY that saved the lives of many in his unit is being given a $10,000 check from Levitz for a home make-over. He is 21 yrs old, married and has had 13 surgeries due to a bomb blowing up next to him.

Many thanks to Levitz for giving this donation.

Many heartfelt thanks to the Veterans I know:

My dad, Coast Guard, Vietnam vet.

My grandfather, Marine that fought at Guadalcanal.

Also two journal friends: VW and Mike..... thanks for your service.

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supporting the USO, Americans directly show their appreciation and express their gratitude to the men and women who defend us.

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Violence Worker said...

Ya know,I think I can speak for a lot of people when I say that whatever the deprivations, obstacles or dangers, serving was well worth the effort because of people like you.


Kelly said...

Thanks VW, that's a very nice thing to say.