I purchased two bricks from the Bristol Veterans Memorial in honor of my brother and my son and requested that these bricks be placed near my father’s. I received a call from Recreation Superintendent Danny Hill to determine if my request was feasible.
We should thank God for His goodness, even when life is hard and troubles abound. Too often people are quick to complain and slow to give thanks. It doesn’t have to be this way. Instead we can focus on God’s goodness and, as the song says, “Count your blessings."
Every veteran has a story, and every day is a good day to say thank you to someone who put their life on the line for our country. Today would also be a good day to thank the One who made the supreme sacrifice for all who would trust and follow Him.
For the past 12 years, I have had the privilege of representing Tennessee’s First Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives. I want to thank each of you for the opportunity to serve as your Congressman.
Democrats everywhere should say “Thank you” to President Trump for believing them capable of stealing the presidential election. His accusations imply a grand organizational genius that many would have thought was beyond them.
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Since there does not appear to be a near future end to this virus, we want to send out our most sincere THANK YOU to essential workers. ... We need these people. They should be financially rewarded for their bravery and commitment confronting this virus on a daily basis. They should be afforded that $600 per week additional income (with no federal tax added on at the end of the year) as well. All employers should be required to give essential employees extra pay (hazard pay) as well.
Recently, a co-worker’s grandfather died. Our co-workers bought a card, and each signed it: name and “sorry for your loss.” All but one the same, like a rehearsed mantra.
“Thank you for your service” is the same to me.
Yes, one can be the adult in the room and still be kind and decent. The best teachers and parents do it as a way of life. In America, the real power to change culture is not held by our government, our leaders, or our media. The real power is held by us … we, the people.
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