What should I write to my brother in the army?

What should I write to my brother in the army?

Thank you to all the men and women who serve especially my brother. Hey big brother, First off, I just want to say I miss you dearly. Second, I want to let you know how proud I am to be your younger sister; looking up to you is an honor in its own.

How do I describe my brother?

Here are some adjectives for brother: true and grateful, nosy, little, protective big, thy elder, soft-headed soft-hearted, oldest full, slow, faithful, poor sinless, meritorious and honorable, real older, ready, wise, unimpaired younger, steadfast, honest, robust twin, nasty older, immediate younger, forlorn and …

What are some good quotes for military families?

Here are some memorable quotes for military families. We are in this together, no matter how far apart; Live today like he deploys tomorrow; Murphy’s Law of Deployment: If it is going to break or go wrong, it will while he is gone. Military Family: Courage, Strength, Sacrifice; Home: is where I am with you; We wait. We hope. We pray.

How old is my Big Brother when he goes to the Army?

I’m 29 now and after 17 years it’s still so hard when he goes on tour, even though he lives 300 miles away and I don’t see him from one year to the next he’s still my big brother and I miss him so much! Is especially hard as we lost both our parents last year.

Where is my oldest brother in the Air Force?

My oldest brother is in the Air Force and was stationed in Arkansas for 6 years. He is now in England. Justin has been there for 4 years, and in 2 months he is leaving for Japan for another 4 years. This poem reminded me of him because I barely get to see him.

Why do I Love my Big Brother so much?

I love him so much but he’s gone so much I don’t know him any more. When he’s away I don’t sleep AT ALL because he is the only one in my family that can understand me. I cry whenever someone says he will die and he is in the infantry so he will ALWAYS be on the front line of the war.