I would like to say THANK YOU! to all who have served and are serving. It is because of you that our country stands proud and free. You are the top 1% of our people. You are the ones who give up so much, so we can have more.
I would like to say a special thank you to my grandfather, my Papa, who served his country and raised me as his own. I am forever grateful.
One more THANK YOU to my son, Austin (Son#2), who always likes to push the boundaries and get things done.
If you see a Veteran or someone serving, tell them thank you. Not just today, but every day.
Sorry fornthe delayed post. Ive been busy and then my allergies decided to attack. Blah! Ill bee catching up though.
We are almost done with week two! Are you finding your groove yet? I’ve been checking in over onTara Lazar‘s blog leaving comments with each post. Have you?
Here’s what I’ve done over the last three days…
Janna Matthies encourages us to put up our dukes and take on tough topics. *even in the darkest of times we can find a light*
Joe McGee encourages us to take a trip. No, not a vacation. A trip back to our childhood. *Got my bags packed and passport ready!*
Denise Fleming talked about saving ever idea and going through them from time to time. *Even the stinker ideas can come out smelling sweet*
How am I doing?
I’ve added __ more idea over the last three days. Giving me a total of _9_. Again, this is not a sprint. This is a 30 day marathon. Keep on going! I’ll see you at the finish line.
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