How to write letters to troops
From: Eduanz G.
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I should probably start off by saying that I have never been the girl who shows a lot of emotion. This is especially true if I do not know someone very well or I am not completely comfortable around someone. Because of these reasons, it is hard for me to go up to someone and just start a conversation. So, it is completely outside of my comfort zone to go up to a member of the military and thank them for their service. The thing is I am actually very grateful for everything our troops do, and I hope this letter shows it. I would like to thank you for everything that you do for the country.
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