Reaching Out To Our Troops & Their Families

Laurie Kozlowski


Today we remember the fallen who paid the ultimate price for our freedoms. While some are busy firing up the grill with friends and family, trying to relax and not think about how they have to go back to a job they’d rather leave, there are unemployed and disabled vets coping with PTSD. They are fighting the urge not to react to the slightest noise they instinctively think is gunfire or an explosion.

How instinctive is it to appreciate life?Sometimes it is easy to take simple things for granted. I’m guilty of it myself. Thinking there will always be a tomorrow. But, like so many other things in life, it is not guaranteed.

I know of several people who are serving in the Military. Some of them have had to serve for several months overseas, away from loved ones. I’m sure depending on the location, communication is limited…

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