March 8, 2012
Not only am I a volunteer of Soldiers Angels, but I myself am a proud Army Wife. My husband has told me stories of soldiers who receive no letters, no care packages, no love or support from their friends and family. Sometimes, these poor men and women don't have the family or friends to show their support, so it makes them feel even more alone in an unfamiliar state or sometimes foreign country. Some men and women silently suffer, while others make the devastating decision of taking their own life. They would rather die than be secluded and alone. Soldiers Angels provide our men and women serving our country with that love and support, that friendship, an ear for listening. To know they have someone who is thinking of them, praying for them, be there for them in any way at the drop of the hat, makes them feel loved, wanted and needed (and they truly are!). Soldiers Angels is a wonderful organization doing tremendous things for these men and women fighting for our country. I'm so proud to call myself an Angel :).
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