Skip to comments.No Problem M'am, Glad to do it!
Posted on 08/25/2007 3:46:56 PM PDT by Pure Country
I just have to share this...
Was just at the store and noticed a very handsome young man in front of me in-line. A tatoo on his arm said Iraq, something to August, 2007. I got his attention and thanked him for his service.
He looked me straight in the eye and said, "No problem m'am, glad to do it." I asked him his name and he replied, "American soldier, m'am, just American soldier." then he winked at me and walked out.
The best our country has.
Thanks for thanking him.
Yes. God bless them all.
That’s priceless! Thanks, for sharing.
The left would say this...
One of my favorite quotes is “Opinions are like hemorrhoids every asshole has one”.
He had a limp, scars all over his arms, a warm smile and a twinkle in his eye.
Amen and amen.
If he’s anything like me, he’ll be smiling the rest of the day. :)
God bless him and all his fellow soldiers. They are truly our finest. The protestors look like the dregs they are, next to these guys.
We had a similar phrase that was used on our O.R. Everyone has opinions just like they do A**holes but they shouldn’t show em off.
Thanks for posting this. Our military are our country’s finest.
“Opinions are like assholes...everybody has one, but very, very few are worth a close look.”
Siding with the enemy is not having an opinion, it’s treason.
Good for you. I do the same thing. It’s nice to see a better reception for today’s troops than what occurred in the 1960’s.
Supporting the enemy while in war has never been a right for any citizen.
Such unselfish humility betokens a genuine hero.
I had a moment like this just the other day. Saw a man at the gas station, traveling a distance from the look of things.
His hair was very close on the sides, and very short on the top. I pulled out and swung up next to his vehicle, low and slow. Rolling the window down, I got his attention and said,
“I want you to know,
that’s my favorite haircut in the whole world.”
And gave him a wink.
He looked at me a moment, then broke out into a smile that lit up my world
That is cute and sweet :)
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