It seems as if I got a little behind on these. Last night I had a horrible migraine and so when we got back from church (and packing up our Operation Christmas Child boxes) I just tried to lie still and let the headache ease away. Night before last, I just ran out of time. I know that sounds, bad, but that's what happened.
So today is Veteran's Day. I am thankful for all the men and women that I know and don't know who sacrifice their lives to protect mine. That is the ultimate act of love and I really do appreciate all of you out there.
I am especially thankful for my little brother. He's been in the military for about 10 years and has sacrificed A LOT! He has been oversees more time then in the states (or at least that's how it seems to me.) I am glad to know that my brother is home, he's safe, and he will be able to spend the holidays with us ... in person.