Thursday, November 29, 2012

Remember our soldiers at Christmas


I have something I want to share with you today. 
has a post about Adopt a Soldier for Christmas.  She had emailed a soldier through this program that is serving in Afghanistan and he has emailed her that he has 50 men in his platoon and sent her a list of things they would like to have if anyone should want to send a package.   Joani is asking for help in granting these soldier's wishes.
If you would like to help, just go to Joani's blog at
to see the list and get the address to mail your package.
I plan to get a few of these things today and get my package in the mail asap.  I hope some of you will help, too. 
God Bless our soldiers everywhere!

Until next time...

20 comments:

  1. Thanks for this awesome post.

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  2. This is fantastic! When my nephew was in Iraq, I mailed him many Care packages. This is the least we can do for our soldiers.

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  3. What a wonderful suggestion!

    I used to send Care Packages to Military, back when I was reading lots of Military blogs.

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  4. Gosh I think it is an awesome idea as well - there are so many people in need right now. sandie

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  5. A brilliant idea! I'm off to see what's on the list.

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  6. Re: Your comment about our piano... No, I don't play, but my husband does. And he has a beautiful baritone singing voice.

    The sheet music, in the picture... "Misty" "Tenderly" Christmas Music.
    :-)

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  7. Bless you for doing this and giving others a chance to help!

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  8. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Cheryl. I'll definitely get some things together to send off to them! =)

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  9. Wow, what a wonderful program! Thank you for letting us know!

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  10. What a great idea, Cheryl. I'll see what I can get together.

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  11. Great idea/great post, Cheryl. We do need to remember those soldiers (and the families who are without the mom or dad or another family member) especially during the Christmas season.

    God Bless them ALL.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. Wonderful to do and such a wonder feeling it provides for the giver! I have a few solders I send care packages for!

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  13. Something so meaningful that we can do now, that will bring immediate joy.

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  14. Tons of fun! I must have missed some of these places..I have never seen the Grand Village. Looks like a place I would love to go to..
    Glad you all had a great time.
    shug

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  15. I recently posted about our military and I will go back and add a link to Joani's blog also.

    Thanks for your tenderhearted post, Cheryl.

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