Deed Of Kindness

Helping other people is a very virtuous thing to do. There is nothing else better than reaching a helping hand to those who are in need. This holiday season, we can share our blessings to them especially to the families of our heroes at home-soldiers who are heroically defended and continuously defending our freedom. Sharing our Christmas by donating to the Heroes at Home Wish Registry is a big act of benevolence. It is established by Sears to encourage people to give happiness to our soldiers and their families this holiday season. Happiness from the donation we give in free will. A present will make their children laugh with much joy. And the smile on the faces of our soldiers overseas brought by greeting cards are priceless.

The program helps support our military service members, veterans, and their families as they continue to face the challenges of their task. As you may know, the Heroes at Home Wish Registry program has successfully gathered contributions and continues to motivate each individual to get involved. Let us extend our blessings to them. Donate to Heroes at Home Wish Registry online or to the Sears stores near you. Donations are not tax-deductible and will be given equally to the registered families. We should do it now for it is a deed of kindness.

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A Kin Is Here In Texas

Yes. She arrived yesterday morning via Korean Airlines (KE) departed from Cebu to the port of entry, Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). My cousin is also a fiancee of a American from Texas. What a coincidence? I did not know much until she told me that she and her boyfriend filed for a Fiance Visa application. The whole process took just about six months. And after her visa interview at the US embassy in Manila, she got her Fiance Visa (K1) after two days. Whoa! That was quick!

Her flight went smooth and safe. Though she waited one hour at the immigration area, the interview went well. When I called her this morning, she told me she had a hard time sleeping on the plane. Oh well, she will have to experience the jetlag like I did.

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Closing Time On Christmas Eve

December 24th I worked 8:30 A.M. until the store closed at 6:00 P.M. My honey and I had our stuff ready for our trip to Tyler to spend Christmas at my in-laws’ the day before that we are just ready to run down the highways. Unexpectedly I got out of work at 6:30 P.M. I had to stay for the closing time. I was not able to call my honey because I focused on piling the cash registry bags reported by the sales associates. Everybody was excited and wanted to go home. After everything was done we rushed to the exit door, clocked out, greeted one another happy holidays, and zoomed on separate ways.

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