Every time I see a member of one of our armed forces I attempt to tell them how much I appreciate what they are doing for ME and the rest of our country. Our freedom is not free, a lot of men and women have sacrificed for us to enjoy what we have, and many more are serving to protect that now here and abroad.
I can't do it very often, but once in awhile when I am out eating somewhere and some of our troops are there, I get the waitress to bring me thier ticket without them knowing it was me. I have only been chased down once so far so they could thank me. It feels really good. If anyone can, I recommend it. I think they appreciate it.
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