I was looking through letters and emails yesterday that Ryan and I wrote back and forth while he did his 3 tours in Iraq. They were filled with everyday stuff, how we went to brunch before church on Sunday, celebrated someone's birthday, and so on, and so on. I asked Ryan one time if it was hard to hear what was going on at home, but he said no, that's what he wanted to hear, because that is what he was fighting for. Ryan is out of the Army now, but there are troops who still need to know that we are back home, thinking of them, and thanking them for fighting for our way of life. Please, please, please, help us show thank them!