Skip to comments.God bless you: Thanking the military at Christmas
Posted on 12/25/2011 5:52:56 AM PST by GrootheWanderer
Theresa Payne sent some 2,000 Christmas cards this year, and she made sure that she sent a personal message with each one.
I tried to make each one different. I wanted each one to be special. Most of the time I wrote God bless you, and if the card didnt say Merry Christmas I wrote Merry Christmas, she said.
Payne, who lives in Cohutta, said she wanted to make sure that each card was special because they were going to some very special people: soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines recuperating from war wounds and other injuries and illnesses at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
On the envelopes, Id address to An American Hero or An American Soldier or A Wonderful American or something like that, she said.
It took Payne almost a year to put all of the cards together.
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That’s just awesome.
It is heartbreaking to think of all the military men and women who will not be home for Christmas with their family and friends. God bless them for their great sacrifices on our behalf. I hope and pray they find peace and joy and that they know how much we admire and appreciate them. Merry Christmas from the bottom of our hearts.
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Thank-you for all who serve our country. Merry Christmas!
Proud Georgian Bump
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May God guide our course.