A time to give thanks!

Today is Thanksgiving and a day to truly give thanks, for all that we are blessed with.  With everything that’s going on in the world today, it’s easy to forget about all we have been given.  Pilgrims took time to be thankful, even though their living conditions were hard.  We have so much and we need to take the time to say thanks as well. What am I thankful for?  I am thankful for all of the brave men and women that have served in our Military and for those that made the ultimate sacrifice so that I can live in this great country.  I am thankful for all of the preps I have been able acquire and I am thankful  for all of my Prepper friends as well.  I am the most thankful for my Family and for you, my readers without whom this blog would not be possible!

I would like to take this chance to ask you to remember the Homeless and especially the homeless Veterans, as they  have given so much and now have so little.  You would be amazed at the difference you can make with something as small as a hot meal and a warm pair of socks or gloves at this time of year.  Make a difference in someone’s life this Thanksgiving and show just how thankful you are for the blessings you have.

Well, I know you want to get back to visiting with your family and friends, so I will keep this short. Thank you for taking the time to visit with us today and may God bless you and your family both now and in the coming year.  Until next time, Keep on prepping!

-The Sargent-

The Sgt.

Prepper, Patriot, and Proud U.S. ARMY Veteran.

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6 Responses

  1. Linda Smith says:

    Hope you’re feeling better and have a blessed day.

  2. mike says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you . If you want to see what we do onot this great holiday , look up National Veterans Homeless Support and then tap on warm full safe

  3. angie says:

    Happy Thanksgiving! Hope your back up to par…

  4. Thor says:

    A big salute to all servicemen/women and their families everywhere who have defended our great country and all sacrifices made. May God help heal all wounds and broken hearts and help bring normalcy back to their lives and help them forgive but not forget.