Veteran’s Day 2012

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Dear Veteran,

I don’t tell you often enough how much I appreciate you. It was your courage, honor, and sacrifices that protected and continue to protect the freedoms that I enjoy today. You fought for people, who when you returned, verbalized how they didn’t believe in the fight that you fought. Continue to hold your head high because you protected their freedom of speech.

To all the servicemen who continue the fight. We can be stupid people, but every day you do your job, we want you home safe with us at home. When you are far away, we can’t wait for your return, or your call, or email. You make your mama’s proud, you make our country proud, you make our country what it is today.

Thank you to my son, Hans, who serves in the Navy. You are a fine man and I’m proud of you. I don’t know how I got so lucky to have such an amazing son. Most of all, I love you.

To all the veterans and men and women who serve our country today, today is your day!

You are my hero. Thank you for all that you have done and all that you do.

With deep gratitude and appreciation,

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Nov 12, 2012 | Posted by in Inspiration | 0 comments

About Layne

Layne has worked in the administrative field for over 20 years, when computers were just starting to be the fixture for every desk, programs and the Internet were in their infancy, and WordPerfect was King. Starting with WordPerfect she learned tips and tricks that made creating and processing documents and information in the office easier, and all this was done with programming code back then. Over the past 20 years, programs have become both easier and complicated and it is for those reasons that Layne loves sharing what she learns with others. Layne has two grown children and lives in the heart of downtown Sacramento, California. She keeps her life simple while writing on her pet website Administrative Sparkle and working full-time with the State of California. Her dream job was to be a school teacher, so she channels that love to teach others what she has learned over the years as a professional administrative assistant.

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