Soldiers Angel’s has added a branch to the already tremendous work being done.
It is offering electronic and email support for family, friends, significant others,
We have identified a need to provide a network of assistance to those who do not know where to turn or who to turn to.
Soldiers’ Angels has created a project called “Deployed Family Support Group.” This team will provide TLC to all family members; (i.e., wives, husbands, girlfriends/boyfriends, significant others, and/or friends) in need of encouragement and support. Support will be provided primarily through E-Mail and electronic communications. Taking care of family members who have been left behind by their deployed loved one is just one small way Soldiers’ Angels demonstrates our gratitude for the sacrifices families are making, not only for us, but for future generations as well.
If you or someone you know needs some support from an angel while family is deployed, drop me an email ;pet(at)petsgardenblog.com.I will see that someone makes contact as soon as possible!
February 23, 2006 4 Comments
A purple heart found in a grimy pawn shop, is found and returned after 40 yrs.
February 23, 2006 No Comments
GroovyVic over at Code Red For Women mentions “Bring ‘Em Home Now” is a concert being organized by Cindy Sheehan.
I have wondered about Casey Sheehan a number of times. Today
cause I didnt feel like working because I had a few moments, I thought I’d look into who Casey was.
I am truly sympathetic to The Sheehan’s Families loss of Army Spec. Casey Sheehan.
Casey was 24 years old when he died, had just re-enlisted after his first four-year-term was up, and had voluntarily undertaken the mission when he and others were ambushed on their way to help extract a senior officer who got pinned down by hostile gunfire in Sadr City.
He died April 4, 2004, in Baghdad. He was a American Hero. “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13)
There is a very moving tribute to a Fallen Hero on Michelle Malkin’s blog this morning.Michelle’s blog appears to be down again…Legacy. com is noted as a tribute point for Fallen Hero’s. So I looked. The first entry for Casey Sheehan is July 11, 2005, odd.
Other Tribute pages, for and about Casey can be found here here and here
Casey Sheehans sister had this to say of her brother…
“All he wanted to do was serve God and his country his whole life,â€ Carly Sheehan said.
God Bless our American Hero’s.
*/ Update: It appera that Michelle is under attack for her freedom of speech stance..
she will be cross posting at pajamas until the FBI gets this sorted out..
February 23, 2006 1 Comment