Can you spare a few minutes for those who defend you?
Update: Moving this to the top of the stack in case you missed it. Originally posted 2004.12.05.03:02
I remember all too well a time when the Base Post Office was the very center of my restricted little world. Only someone who's been there can begin to understand how important it is to know that someone back home cared enough to write. We can't all write individual letters to every one of our Warriors overseas, but there is something we can do. As far as I'm concerned, there's no acceptable excuse for not doing it. From SlagleRock (SSgt Slagle, USAF):
What Rob's asking for is such a small thing, yet so important. A simple note to say you remember and you care. It doesn't have to be long and eloquent. If you can't think of anything else just write "Be safe. Thank you for your service" and put your name under it. GET BUSY. NOW, PEOPLE!
Update: Rob sent the following email pointing out that this isn't just for our Warriors in Iraq:
Posted by Bill Faith on December 14, 2004 at 01:38 PM | Permalink
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Thanks again! SlagleRock Out!
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