Bring Your Child to Work Day
A Guest Post, by Ashley
April 24, 2014
MILITARY APPRECIATION – THROUGH THE EYES OF A CHILD
Today is bring your child to work day, and since April is the Month of the Military Child, the Pioneer Services team put our one-day intern to work blogging about what the military means to her through the eyes of a 10 year old who does not have a family member serving.
You are all awesome for what you do in your job. When I think of our military I think of our protection and security. I feel safe and proud and bad for all of the families who are apart because of all of the bad things that happen in the world that need our military’s help.
You make so many sacrifices. You leave your families behind to protect people everywhere. I am 100% percent sure you miss them so much and they miss you. Thank all of you, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Army, for protecting all of us. You risk your lives for the millions of people who don’t or can’t fight back. Thank you! You are really, really brave.
You are so appreciated! We all appreciate you because you protect us you help when there are disasters like tsunamis, earthquakes, etc. You are also heroes. There are so many kids who look up to you and you are doing an awesome job. Thank all of you! When you return home, your family will be so excited to see you after serving away from them.
What does it all mean to me? Each of you means a lot to me. You do sooo much. I can’t ever thank you enough. You are so strong and brave. Hopefully when your own kids look up to you then see themselves in your shoes and enlist when they are older. Thank you so much. Stay strong. We are all rooting for you.