On Sunday, September 11th, 2011, an American flag should be displayed outside every home, office building, and business in the United States. As individuals – and citizens – let’s make it OUR duty to display an American flag on this tenth anniversary of one our country’s worst tragedies.
We do this in honor of those who lost their lives on 9/11, their families, friends and loved ones who continue to endure the pain, and those who today are fighting at home and abroad to preserve our cherished freedoms.
In the days, weeks and months following 9/11, our country was bathed in American flags as citizens mourned the incredible losses and stood shoulder-to-shoulder against terrorism. Sadly, those flags have slowly disappeared. Our patriotism pulled us through some tough times and it shouldn’t take another attack to galvanize us in solidarity. Our American flag is the fabric of our country and together we can prevail over terrorism of all kinds.
Showing your patriotism honors all those who have given their lives for ensuring our freedoms. Freedom isn’t free.
Heart of a Military Woman is a keepsake collection of true stories, touching tributes and emotive poems, celebrating our active and retired service members. Historic, nostalgic and some quite recent, these are written by military members, their families and loved ones, sharing sentiments and pride as only they can. Real stories by real people about real life.
Present this book as a token of gratitude to those military personnel and their families for preserving our freedoms and liberties. A walk down Memory Lane for cherished Veterans. Stories for families of those serving, missing their loved ones, lost their loved ones.
Co-authored by Sheryl Roush, a former Navy wife, and retired USAF MstSgt Eldonna Lewis Fernandez, this treasury of real-life stories, tribute and quotation honors active and retired, families and loved ones of those who serve.
The book received the 2009 Best Inspirational Book from the San Diego Book Awards Association, and is endorsed by Montel Williams. It was the Army Wives Network Book of the Month Choice for January 2010.