Sunday, December 09, 2007

A Soldier's Silent Night

What can I say?

If you've never heard the poem, "A Soldier's Silent Night", read by Father Ted Berndt with Mannheim Steamroller's poignant, instrumental version of Silent Night playing in the background, well here it is. And if this moving homage to America's fighting men doesn't bring tears to your eyes you've got a heart of pure stone.

Merry Christmas coast guarders, sailors, soldiers, airmen, and marines! You're loved and appreciated by more people, here and abroad, than you'll ever know. God Bless you, and thank you for fighting the good fight.

5 comments:

WomanHonorThyself said...

great minds think alike!..I posted on our troops as well~!

JMK said...

Awesome video!

Great post.

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American Interests said...

Hi there,

Just letting you know that I have added you to our blogroll.

Keep up the good work!

Cheers Otto

elwoodin said...

Wonderful video.....thanks for posting this girl.....and on to another subject on your other blog, you did a post about that teddy bear. Tried to post there a comment but it wouldn't let me....so here it is:

I agree with you ..... where are the days when naming something after something was sort of an honor? This is ridiculous and needs to stop. I would be ashamed of my religion if it was upset by something as petty as a teddy bear being named Luther......

-Robert-