Monday, February 4, 2008

Chill Factor 17

Did I mention we are serious?

That's ice, not snow, on the salt marsh the morning of one recent chilly ride.

But then to put it in perspective, one wounded warrior told me, "Any day is a good day when no one is shooting at me."

This is America. We can go out and ride on a freezing morning if we want to. Or stay indoors where it is warm.

Only because we have brave men and women who are willing to go stand in harm's way to protect our liberty. And for that I am grateful. And a little cold seems like a minor inconvenience. Join me in my campaign to help America's heroes, our wounded warriors and their families. Donate today.

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It's only a minor inconvenience for those who have sacrificed so much.

1 comment:

Dean said...

Dean Schuster here! I met you today in Calabash. Congratulations on your first marathon!

I will follow your blog with great interest!

- Dean