In Honor of Our Military...

In honor of Jason Cottingham and all our military overseas and abroad, this Veteran's Day and always.

There are over 100 organizations that send Care Packages to the military, for more information on showing your support visit http://www.americasupportsyou.mil/AmericaSupportsYou/send_packages.html

This post is dedicated to my grandfathers, Eugene Donohue and Theodore Asad, who are both veterans of World War II. If you have not yet been to the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C., I highly recommend it.


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Comment balloon 8 commentsChristina Cavins • November 08 2007 02:32PM


Thanks for sharing that information.  I am married to a Viet Nam veteran.  When we went to Washington, D.C. many years ago, we visited the Viet Nam Wall Memorial and touched the names engraved on the wall...so many lives were lost by our dedicated military.  My husband's best friend died beside him during a battle.  Clay went to the name of his friend and seldom does he let his emotions be seen, but at that moment,  I saw tears in his eyes...it was just too emotional for him.  We both honor and remember all fallen and living veterans.  They can never get the real recognition they deserve...some gave ALL!  I am proud to be an American.
Posted by Kay Perry (Kay Perry, Broker) over 12 years ago

Hi Christina - a very nice tribute to your grandfathers!  I grew in in the military, my dad was a career Air Force officer, and my grandfather served in the military, too, and fought in WWII.

I have been to the WWII Memorial in DC.  I was fortunate enough to have been there the day before they did the opening dedication services, so I got to see it fresh at its completion.  There were so many former military there the day I was there.  I went with a friend of mine who had served in the military and another friend who's dad had served in the military as well.  It was quite touching, and very powerful to take in all that this Memorial signifies.  I did a post that included some info on it last year about this time.  A beautiful Memorial for sure!


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