Saturday, December 6, 2014

#DearVA I Know...

#DearVA....
I know this link is to Wikipedia, a source I don't normally use as a reference but it's actually a nice breakdown http://en.wikipedia.org/…/United_States_military_casualties…
When we talk about a casualty of war, one of the things that doesn't really get counted is the fallout on the family or the "invisible" injuries that may have been sustained and are diagnosed later. 
How do we measure those? 
When did it be ok for over 50,000 of our returning soldiers to ...end up homeless?
What time frame did we stop taking care of our heroes and what do you need from us as a nation to return to that?
Let me know ‪#‎NewVA‬, so I can help. I'm not afraid to speak up, I'm not afraid of hard work. My family has courage. We get it by being the family of a Veteran.


KB


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#DearVA,  Silly request this morning #VA.  When you're rearranging everything for the #NewVA,  can you please build in extra hours to each day? 5 should do. Maybe then I could accomplish something, or even have a little time to take care of myself.
Sincerely,  
Exhausted and Overwelmed

DNE

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