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Monday, August 16, 2010

No Rambling Monday

I got nothin' for you except... this YouTube mix of soldiers surprising (mostly) their kids upon their return.

I won't share with you why, but frankly I don't cry much anymore. When I saw this on Facebook and one of my FB "friends" said to get the tissues, I said, uh huh.

If you decide to watch it, get the tissues. Oh and I hate the music, but you have to at least leave the sound on until you get to Santa and the little girl. It's 10 minutes long and you don't have to watch all 10. I didn't. I ran out of tissue.




I pray blessings over your week, my friends.

JW

13 comments:

  1. I cry at everything...from re-runs of "Little House on the Prairie" so let me tell you something. I cried until I had nothing left to give watching this video on here. How awesome for those soldiers to be reunited with their children/families like that.
    I don't see how any eye will be dry watching this, that's for sure!

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  2. Wonderful video and yes, the tissues were needed.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  3. I read some where one of the reasons women outlive men is because we are not afraid of crying. Thanks for sharing this touching video.

    Have a blessed week!

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  4. I had tears before the first min. was up. Watched the whole thing. It was too much. Too much separation. Look at all those young kids who waited and worried.

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  5. Excuse me while I sweep the flood waters out of my office. I'll be crying all day.
    Mary

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  6. I'm sorry but I can't start crying or I'll never stop. :(

    I tagged you for an award on my blog. It might be fun?!
    Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

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  7. I've seen this already! Definitely made me cry. I have so much admiration for all the courageous men and women overseas, and just as much admiration for the courage and patience of their loved ones back home.

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  8. Didn't cry, but that was really touching. I was a military brat, so I remember moments like those.

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  9. Oh God, I was crying from the girl in the classroom. I can't cry much because I get a killer headache but this was amazing.

    Thanks for posting..

    CD

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  10. This was great....now pass the tissue please!

    God bless ya and have yourself a marvelous Monday girl!!!

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  11. I am covered in cold chills.

    We must remember all our women and men who have served and are serving our country.

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  12. Having to many days in the dumps, so I skipped the video, just wanted to say hello!

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  13. Yep, made me all leaky! Need more tissues!

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