Love One Another

If we truly love someone then we will want to serve them, with our whole heart and soul. We wont care what others think. Even if it means others laugh, judge, or criticize us for how we do things.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Operation Home Front Operation "Jolly Holly"

I really pray that you consider helping those who keep our Freedom going for us. You can go to the link below and learn more.
Thank You So Much, Lori

Community Sponsors
Adopt-A-Family Program
Community Sponsors: Are you looking for a way to say thank you to military families this holiday season? Would you like a great way to connect one-on-one with military families this holiday season by providing food and gifts to the family? If so, you must be able to provide an entire holiday dinner with all the trimmings for the family (estimated $50-$100) and gifts for each of the children (minimum 50 per child). If you would like to sponsor a family for the holidays, please complete the Sponsor Participation Agreement and fax to us at 210-651-4739 . You will be contacted shortly to discuss your application.
Sponsor Participation Agreement

Holiday Food Baskets
Community Sponsors: Operation Homefront would like to provide much needed help during this holiday for many military families. One of the greatest needs is setting the table for a joyous holiday meal, especially for many of our families who have a loved one deployed. Help us say ‘thank you’ to a military family this holiday season for all of their sacrifices by sending in a monetary donation or a grocery gift card. You can mail your donation to: Operation Homefront of Texas, 17305 IH 35 North, Suite 105, Schertz, Texas 78154. Please indicate that your donation is for ‘holiday’ so that we can distribute your generous gift before the holidays.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Made in the USA

For those of you who like made in America for this Christmas here is our Rada fundraiser information.
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Please help us and the United States by purchasing from this site.

Thank you, Lori

Monday, November 3, 2008

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Corbin's First Deer

Well they thought they had missed him. Corbin took the shot but the deer kept going. When Douglas went back to hunt again he found the buck about 60 yards from where Corbin had shot him. Corbin was sad about thinking he had missed it. When I called him on the phone to tell him congrats you could hear the excitement in his voice. They took more pictures but this is the only one I could put online.