I came across this article and I was shocked by the first line.
“For the second year in a row, the U.S. military has lost more troops to suicide than it has to combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
That statement is unbelievable.
I’ve tried to find a charity or program that helps troops with the difficulties related to their return home, but have had no luck. Any one know of any?
Click here for the link
Still need some help for the Oct. 17th Breast Cancer Walk here in the Lowcountry. You can donate as little as $10 to a great cause!
Thanks in advance
Click here to see my page. If you can’t donate, just pass the link along to someone you may know who would!
It’s been a rough week or so.
I had to go home for a funeral for my aunt who fought cancer for 4 1/2 years. If I could have 1/8 of the strength she had, I would be confident that I could face anything. She will be missed…
I will be doing a breast cancer walk in October, so please donate or pass the link along to family/friends. Thanks!:
I received some potentially devastating news as well. Nothing is definite and I’m praying to God that it is just a scare. I will find out more in about a week. So I’m trying to distract myself until then.
To be honest, I just feel lost right now. I’ve been in a daze for the last few days.
But let’s end on a lighter note. I made a quick stop yesterday on my Charleston Tour. I went to the always beautiful downtown area to try out Moe’s Tavern. It’s a restaurant that is disguised as a bar. The tavern continually wins local awards for best bar food and similar accolades. They are mostly known for their burgers, so I had to try one. It was freakin delicious – especially for bar food. The place was busy, but the food was worth the 20 min wait.
I’m at the beginning of 8 straight work days and then I have a vacation, which I can’t wait for.
It will kick off with a Darius Rucker concert in Charleston, then I’m going to try and go to West Palm Beach for two dmb shows, and then the rest of the time will be spent with my family who will be coming down to play!
I’m raising money to support the Lowcountry Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Please help me in any way you can by making a tax-deductible donation today.
I am doing this in memory of my Aunt who passed away recently after a long and courageous fight with breast cancer.
If you can’t donate, please help by passing this link along. Thank you in advance.
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