Thursday, January 12, 2006

CHECK IT OUT!

One of my "Letters To Gabe" was quoted in a Courier-Journal.com article in Louiseville, Kentucky by James Malone.  How cool is that?!

Web sites a wartime support network

10 comments:

demandnlilchit said...

What a heart felt entry ((((dorn)))) and now you are such a SUPER STAR! lol Everyone that will read that entry will take a leave a piece of themselves behind. His prayer circle just grows and grows!

princesssaurora said...

Congratualtions!  That is so cool!  I read the whole thing, awesome!!!

Know my prayers are still coming.

Be well,
Dawn

jckfrstross said...

I did not comment in the last letter to gabe because i know how you feel it tore me up just know i am here if you need to talk. It is so scary when your son is in iraq. Congratulations:)
Deb

candlejmr said...

That was not only just a wonderful letter, it gave me such insight into the way you live your life with your son in Iraq.  My oldest daughter is 17, graduating high school and going off to college in Sept.  I keep wondering how I will handle her being away from home.  Now I know that when I start to get really sad and weepy...I will think of you and of Gabe.  Having a safe daughter away at school won't seem bad at all then.  

Please thank him so much for protecting and defending our country.  No matter what people's opinions are of the war in general, I know everyone supports the men and women who are over there.

Jeanne

sdoscher458 said...

Dorn some parents find it hard to talk to their kids, even when they are grown...you have a way of writing your words to the heart of the issue and your words are heartfelt, true and meaningful...Sandi

mumma4evr said...

great article!!!!  hugs!
becky

mzgoochi said...

That was a beautiful loving letter you wrote to Gabe Dorn. Too bad it had to be on such a sad subject.
Congrats!!

hugs
Lahoma

michele21569 said...

"Dorn"-
I read this in the paper and have thought of you since. I read your's and Gabe's  blog daily and pray for you both. I live in Glens Fork, KY and know some Guardsmen also. I can't imagine what you must go through, but know that we all support you and your family and Gabe and his fellow soliders. I personally would like to say a big thank you to all of them for what they are doing for every person in the USA.

Thank you for sharing your love, humor and sometimes sadness with us!! May God bless Gabe and all the soliders for the tremendous work that they do. May God bless you and keep you comforted while Gabe is away.

Michele Coomer

purplectigger said...

That is very cool. Good Job.
Hugs, R.c.

beckieramos said...

Beautiful letter Dorn. My prayers are with you all, especially Gabe and his fellow comrades. God bless, Beckie