- SEALS: God bless America, and the U. S. Navy Seals (marcjan.wordpress.com)
- Navy SEALs Rescue Hostages in Somalia (littlegreenfootballs.com)
Please find a program to support the families of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. There are also programs that need your help for wounded warriors. You as an American citizen can choose from countless programs to help veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan to find employment. We also have a shameful problem of homeless veterans , you could help a homeless vet find a place to live. My favorite expression is you can not help everybody but choose one cause locally, nationally and universally and our challenges would be so much less in our world. Soooo. My causes are “Toys for Tots“. Any Marine.com, and “The Wounded Warrior Project“ Thanks, God bless,Patsy McCaw-Yager
Thinking of a last minuet gift for someone who has everything. I would like to suggest Ox Fam. They help people who have very little. Seriously, the Oxfam people help people get clean water, animals for food and clothing, and other items to keep up survival on planet Earth. Jesus said that when you do for the least of them you do for me. How better to celebrate the birth of Jesus, our savior then to help them who have the least of us. The technological devices are not what they are looking for, these people who Ox Fam help, are looking to feed and care for their families. God bless, and thankyou for supporting this great organization.
R.I.P Justin Allen 23, Brett Linley 29, Matthew Weikert 29, Justus Bartett 27, Dave Santos 21, Jesse Reed 26, Matthew Johnson 21, Zachary Fisher 24, Brandon King 23, Christopher Goeke 23, and Sheldon Tate 27….Are all Marines that gave their lives this week for youpictures by Mary McCaw submission facebook
Richard I agree and want you to know it is honor knowing you and thankyou for your service and for never forgetting your fellow Marines,..
Please honor these Marines by the following opportunities
anymarine.com to adopt a Marine serving in war zones
toysfortots.org to help Marines collect toys for children and keep them in local area they are collected
Many other organizations are involved in helping the Marines, such as the yellow ribbon fund, please find a group you can support and show your concern and love for our Marines and others who serve our country and often make the ultimate sacrifice for us!
Patrick Lay II, loved to wrestle, go to his church, be with his friends, and his country among many other loves in his life. Patrick, will be missed by his Army buddies, his family, his friends, and many more who never met this local hero. I want to be counted as one who never met Patrick, but who will think of him and miss what he brought to this local area of Florida, and the rest of America. Patrick, is what I see as the best of what our country has to offer. A kid who grew up enjoying the simple things in life and wanted to pay back the country for his foundation it gave him. His family raised a son who anyone would be proud of. Today I mourn for him and them. I want to tell the world that we lost a great guy, his friends and classmates at Braden High in Bradenton, Florida I want to tell you I am sad for your loss. I don’t know what you can really say at this time but that Patrick Lay’s life mattered. That it mattered to those who loved, liked, knew, and the impact of his life will never be lost. No, bomb in Afghanistan can take away the impact of his life and what he accomplished in 21 yrs. Please see following link. God bless, Patrick and those who were impacted by his life. Patsy McCaw-Yager,Englewood,Fl.
I could tell you several things about Christina Taylor Green that made her special. What I want to talk about today is how though she could do nothing to save her own life ,she has now saved the lives of others. Christina’s parents granted permission for her organs to be donated. A child born on a day of sadness and leaves this Earth on another day of sadness , ironically gave great joy to those families of loved ones who received her donation of a precious gift of life.
To the family of Christina, thankyou for making it possible thru your own grief to help others! To Christina, I am so sorry we that is our American society was robbed of your future contributions to American society, as I am sure there would have been many, but know this – your life was and will be unforgettable not for just how you came into this world or left but how you will live on in it by the decision of care for others putting aside their own feelings. When children are as wonderful as you Christina Taylor-Green you don’t have to look far you look to their families.
If you want to do something in memory of Christina become a donor and tell others and so on and so on. Patsy McCaw-Yager Englewood,Fl.
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