- My brother, Mike Klingner, was a F-100 pilot during the Vietnam war. He was lost in Laos in 1970. His current status is KIA/MIA.
In 1985, I was shopping in our local supermarket. At the checkout, I noticed my cashier was wearing a metal bracelet. I asked her about the bracelet. She had just picket a name off "The Wall" to honor a fallen veteran. The name she was wearing was my brother.
Since that encounter, I've always worn a bracelet honoring my brother.
I never saw that beautiful cashier again!
I got chills while reading your comment. I too, wear a bracelet. My husband bought it for me. He also wears one and my son, dog tags. My uncle was in that war. He is home, but never talks about it. I had to comment because the day you wrote yours, is my oldest Son's Birthday.
Never forget, Always Hope
This gives me chills - what an amazing encounter. Know you're brother is always with you and I believe at that moment it was his way of tell you hi in this world!
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