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I have a new job this year and was disappointed that I had to work on a day I usually put aside for honoring veterans. We always go to our local parade and greet our local veterans. But this year I had to look at this day from a different perspective - it is thanks to all of our veterans that I live in this free country and have a wonderful job to go to each day. My family is truly grateful for all the freedoms our veterans have won and preserve for us!
I'd like to thank everyone who gave their lives and their hearts to past wars and current. They gave everything for their country and our freedom and they deserve far more than simple thanks and one day. Everyone should remember every day the sacrifices people made and continue to make for us.
We are thankful to all the men and women who have served our country in the Armed Forces. Thank you for your service, dedication and sacrifice. And thank you to all the families and spouses who have supported you at home while you have served overseas.
Thanks to all the men and women who have fought in the past and present, and future thanks to those who will serve in the future. I am not posting on this thread to try to win a contest, but rather to show appreciation! If it wasn't for those of you who fought in WWI and WWII, then I wouldn't be the person I am today. Nobody can take our freedom away, but the soldiers help us gain more. Thanks WI, and great thread!
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