October 10, 2012
Just because I never served a day in the Military doesn't mean i don't want to serve my country. A day doesn't go by that i don't think of my father and the values he instilled in our family to serve God / our country and our fellow man, to live and honest life and help those that can't help themselves He made me who i am today and i am thankful for that. Operation Second Chance has giving me the tools to carry on my journey to give back to those that have given much more for their country. in reallity i feel i get more out of the program then the Veterans do ,knowing their needs are being met. I have met some great soldiers over the past few years while supporting OSC and many have become friends as well as extendent family members. healing comes from both sides civilian as well as military it's not always about the dollars we send in but more importantly the time well spent in the aid and recovery with those Men and Women that stood the wall to keep our children and freedoms safe at night. I ask myself every day will these Men and Women be fogotten once the fighting is done? I tell my myself I sure hope not.
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