Tuesday, November 10, 2009


I have not posted in awhile.  Where does the time go?  It seems like I meet myself coming and going and it seems work gets in the way.  I am trying to clean out and get rid of a lot of STUFF and that is what it is, is just stuff.  I don't like clutter and it is beginning to bother me how much stuff that I do have.

Back to the title of my post.  November 11 is Veterans day and each and everyone of our veterans, and those in active duty, need to be remembered for what they have done for our country and what they continue to do.  Those at Fort Hood need to be remembered for what they went through last Friday.  I pray that those that survived will make a complete and full recovery and the families of those that lost loved ones will find comfort.

The service men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan need remembering.  Everyday each of their lives is in great danger.  These soldiers get bad press at times, but they keep on giving. 

The company I work for is putting together Christmas boxes for all of the military individuals that have family members working here.  I think that is so great.  We get so many letters of thanks for doing this.  These individuals are all so appreciative.

If it were not for our service men and women, we would have no freedoms at all in our great country.  If any of you are reading this, keep up the good work and we are so proud of you.

I don't have any pictures to share today, but please say a short prayer for our military, for the safety of those who serve and thank them if you see them.



Gail said...

This is a wonderful tribute.

Ask at the post office about the flat rate boxes for military mailings. They are cheaper.

Janet - underthewillow said...

Great post Maxine!....I am so very thankful and grateful to the men and women who serve our country!


Kath ~★The Olde Weeping Cedar ★~ said...

Hi Maxine,
I have been busy too, time gets away from me...seems one day turns into the next.
Very nice post...I am ever grateful too, for our vets, past and present. I know how much those packages mean to the troops...my son was in Iraq...and the care packages that he recieved meant so much to him and his unit! THANKS to your company :)

I Have missed seein ya around blogland.

carolyn@primitive~devotion said...

Amen, Maxine! Our soldiers do us a service that can never be appreciated enough.
And thanks for visiting me and leaving a nice comment. It seems like we are on the same page about the clutter.
Have a great week!

the primitive country bug said...

Amen to this post! Where would we be without all the dedicated service men and women who gave us our freedoms we so enjoy today.
Thanks for a wonderful tribute and thanks for coming to visit me and always leaving me such kind comments.
Hugs~ Birgit

Tammy ~ Country Girl at Home ~ said...

I'm with you Maxine! I meet myself coming and going too, so I can identify!

What a great tribute and post. I am so very thankful for those that unselfishly serve our country.

I want to thank you for all your visits to my blog and for your sweet comments!

Have a great weekend!