Wednesday, July 28, 2004

To Replace My Old POW Bracelet

I was very excited when I found this bracelet because I am one of
those people who had a POW bracelet. I do still have it; however, it
cracked because I wore it so much. Although I don't have anyone in
active duty, my duty, as an American is to help people remember there
are so many soldiers still there that need our support. If I were
rich I would be sending many, many items to them. Right now, I have
one adopted soldier (cannot reveal name) and I am on the Presidential
Prayer Team and pray for 28 specific soldiers from that sight. I am
also a teacher and have had a patriotic wall since 9/11. My class has
written letters to the military, drawn pictures and we did a small
musical tribute to some local soldiers. I have ordered yellow ribbon
magnets for my truck and extras to put on my classroom door. So in my
small ways, this is how I pay tribute to the soldiers. The bracelet
will help me do that, too.

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