Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Say Thank You to our Soldiers...


I hope the military personnel get tons of these cards. Do your part to let them know how much you appreciate them. And then pass on this website so others can send them, too. What a great idea!

If you go to the web site www.letssaythanks.com you can pick out a thank you card and the Xerox Company will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq. You can't pick out who gets it, but it will go to some member of the armed services. It is FREE and it only takes a second. Wouldn't it be wonderful if the soldiers received a bunch of these? I sent mine, now you send one too! (Some cool designs - all made by kids!)

9 comments:

G~ said...

This was really cool. Thanks for sharing. I put it on my blog, too! :)

Mountain Mama said...

I have done this before, but there's no law against doing it several times. Thanks for the reminder.
Our Military deserve every honor and support we can give them.
God be with them.

Melissa said...

Just sent mine off...what a wonderful idea, also sent this to my sisters I know they will enjoy it!

LJ said...

Thank you for your note. I appreciate it more than you know.

kpjara said...

Thanks for stopping by. I am looking forward to this new book as well. I can hardly wait!

Thanks also for this link. I sent a card and will post about it tomorrow!

Joe said...

Yes! Thanks!

Gina Burgess said...

Claire, are you living in the future? LOL

Wendy Ann Edwina D'Cunha e Pereira said...

Every little bit of thoughtfulness helps... A soldier out in nowhere land will really appreciate a Thank You. I'm not from the USA, but I really think it is a lovely gesture...

Barbara said...

Sounds like a fantastic idea.

One of my cocerns about Owen and his ambition to be an Engineering Officer in the RAF is this very fact that he could and will be posted to hot spots throughout the world. Proud but petrified I think!

Still, he has just passed his GCSE's which will take him one step nearer and has two more years in School until he is 18 - then we will see.

Blessings to you Claire for this lovely post