Send a Letter to a Soldier

I received this information as part of a 'forwarded' email, but  I followed the links and it appears to be legitimate (I hate that we all have to be so suspicious, but we do).  Take a moment to follow the link below and send a card to a soldier that can't be with his or her family at this very family-oriented time of year. Thanks to Xerox for making this happen!

If you go to this web site, , you can pick out a thank you card and Xerox will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq . You can't pick out who gets it, but it will go to some member of the armed services.

How AMAZING it would be if we could get everyone we know to send one!!!

This is a great site.

It is FREE and it only takes a second


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Comment balloon 2 commentsHolly Weatherwax • December 12 2007 12:48PM


Holly, thanks for sharing this information.  I will visit the site and send a letter.  Great idea.  I also have some friends I have not heard from in years and I am going to look them up and send them a letter -- since I am now in the writing frame of mind.  Nothing is better than a simple hello.  I received a card the other day from an old friend and she said she missed me.  Haven't heard from her in years.  That made my day. 

Happy Holidays to you and your family and friends.

Posted by Rosemary Brooks, The Mother & Daughter Realty Team (BMC Real Estate - 209-910-3706) over 11 years ago

Thanks for checking this site out...such a simple way to communicate with the American soldiers...I will definately pass the web link along to others.

Posted by Steve Prewitt, Colorado Springs Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

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