Write a thank you note to a veteran.
There is so much I would love to tell you. The first thing is, thank you from a complete stranger. I am a complete stranger yet you still risked the most precious thing a person could ever have, your life. I’m not even sure this letter is enough to thank you for all you have done. You deserve way more than some people give you. Some people don’t understand what you have been through and still disrespect you. You inspire so many people with your bravery and courage! I am very happy it was you on the front lines defending us. You must be thrilled to wake up and realize how many people respect and appreciate you. I’m glad to call you a Veteran.
Elizabeth Clasby, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for being a huge inspiration! You have made such an impact on so many of our lives. Because of you, we are a free country. I couldn’t imagine how much bravery and courage it took. That is one of the reasons that you inspire me, because I hope to reach that level of bravery one day. I also couldn’t imagine how hard it was to leave your home. Because you made that sacrifice, I respect you. Everyone from Jonesville Middle School respects you.
Katie Hammonds, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for fighting for our freedom. You risked your life for everyone back home. All the freedoms we have in this country are because you and your brothers in combat gave them all to us. Everyone in America should respect and honor you for fighting for our freedom. I thank you for fighting for my freedom and coming back safely. Your bravery is well respected in my home and family.
Brayden Hammonds, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for risking your life to give us freedom and rights. Your bravery is truly honorable. It does not matter how long you serve, your bravery is greatly appreciated. Your life was on the line during battle, and you risked it all for us. Some people underestimate how truly great all Veterans are. You have been through a lot, but the United States is safe because of you. It doesn’t matter if you flew an airplane, fought on the battlefield, or helped the injured. All jobs are very dangerous. Not knowing if you would live to see tomorrow would be scary. War is traumatic, but you fought anyway. Sometime during war, you must have felt hopeless, but you made it our safely. Thank you for your bravery.
Raelyn Cope, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you so much for fighting for our freedom and risking your life for us. I know it must be hard being away from your families. I couldn’t imagine what it would be like. I want you to know that you are doing the bravest thing anyone could ever do. You should be proud to be called a Veteran. You are also honored for all the sacrifice you had to face. I don’t know how to repay you for what you have done. I do know how to start is to say thank you. I’m truly blessed to have someone like you in the world.
Drew Cox, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for defending us from the dangers of the outside world. The world is a very dangerous place, but veterans are brave enough to fight the people that try to harm our nation. I’m also thank you for your bravery, heart, and passion for our great country. Lots of counties’ citizens fear their own military, because of their ruthlessness and cruelty toward the people. But you, as a U.S. veteran, should be loved and respected by the citizens, unlike other countries that don’t care about their people. America is a much safer place thanks to you and our military, for which I am grateful.
Johnny Satterfield, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for fighting for our rights, for we would not be here today if it wasn’t for you. I’m very honored and blessed to be writing to you today. You have made it possible for me and so many young children and adults to have a choice in what we do and say. I’m so very grateful for you and what you have done for this country. You are very appreciated by so many for what you have done for us. Out of the bottom of my heart I thank you for what you have done and given to us.
Savannah Leonard, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
I say thank you for your service to this great country. I thank you for risking your life, so that we will not have to sacrifice what we love and hold dear. For fighting for our freedom, our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, you have earned my deepest respect. God bless the U.S.A.
Latchlon Aldridge, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
I would like to thank you for being brave. Being brave doesn’t mean standing up to someone or public speaking. It’s fighting for things you know are right, like freedom, justice, and hope and peace. You have shown your bravery and it is extremely appreciated. I know what you have been through has been rough, but I’m so glad that you never gave up on what’s right. So, thank you for everything you did for America. May God bless you and your family.
Susan Bledsoe, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
You risked your life to keep us safe and protected. You brave men and women are the bravest I’ve ever seen. You have kept us safe, alive, and protected, so we could see another day on this beautiful earth, and that is why I give you my respect, loyalty, and love. You inspire me to be in the Army and then I will keep this country safe and protected just like you did. I want to be brave like you, having no fear but filled with courage and confidence.
Dominick Smith, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
I am so proud to be living in this country knowing that there are wonderful, brave people like you, fighting and risking everything you have just for us. You run into the face of danger. You leave family and friends to help and fight in great wars. You are great men and women. You fought for our freedom, traveling across seas, with death just across the horizon. I want to honor all veterans who fought in troublesome times, because you gave men something special. I want to give something back.
Abigail Horner, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
You are the true winner, so don’t let other people tell you otherwise. You fought for what this country is today, and for that you deserve unending thanks, unending thanks for risking your life for ours, unending thanks for fighting for what you believed in, and unending thanks for never giving up, no matter how much you wanted to. I hope this can be more to you than just words on a page. I would like to think that you are smiling as you read through this. And I hope you realize how many people would be saying the same things. Even though I know you’ve probably heard this a million times, thank you.
Katie Tomlinson, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for all you have done. You risked your life, knowing it was for the good of our nation. When you could have been with your family, you laced up your boots and defended our land, the United States of America, the greatest country in the world. When duty called, you picked up the phone and smacked death in the mouth. If it weren’t for people like you, there wouldn’t be an America, and for that I appreciate, thank, and honor you for protecting our freedoms and rights.
Noah Cavin, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
We are very grateful for your sacrifices made on behalf of our country. I don’t see how you do what you do for us. It must have been very hard to leave your friends and family behind. For you to go over there so we could have freedom and peace is just wondrous. People like you should be honored and respected for the things you have done for us. No matter how bad things get or hard life is over there always have hope and keep your head up toward God and don’t let anyone tell you differently.
Alli Parks, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Thank you for all you’ve done for us, for protecting our rights, and most importantly, our freedom. You and your heroic acts will forever be remembered. You risked your lives for us, made sacrifices for us, and we are eternally grateful for that. Once again, I’d like to thank you for everything you did for America, the land of the free, and the home of the brave. We can all call it that, thanks to you.
Rachel Brooks, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
I want to say that I am so grateful that you risked your life to fight for us. You gave so much just for us, and to make sure we are safe from everything out there. We owe you our respect and honor. I want to say thank you for fighting for our freedom and the rights we have today. I feel so hopeful to know you are fighting for me and that I can only hope and pray that you keep defending us and our lives. I say thank you for fighting for my freedom.
Isaac Wyatt, 7th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brown
Dear veteran, Thank you for being courageous for my family and me. You’ve been my favorite veteran in the world. I hope I can see you again because I miss you. Protect America once again.
Eyan Bradley, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I just want to say thank you for serving for our country. We wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for the veterans. Everyone, you should be respectful to veterans.
Amber Sweeney, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, Thank you for going out there and protecting us. Even though I don’t show much appreciation for you, I want you to know I do appreciate you all. You all go out and fight for our country and that’s very brave, so thank you veterans.
Kaley Shupe, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I thank you and your people. I honor you and respect you. You fight for our country and stand strong for us. You serve for us.
Sarah Middleton, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I would like to thank you for serving my country and protecting my freedoms. If it wasn’t for you we might not have the freedom we have today. My dad was in the U.S. Airmen. I have more family members in the Army.
Shane Woodard, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veterans, Thank you for being our saver in army and air forces and stuff. Actions speak louder than words and all my words I put in this thank you letter means more that words and you have done amazing being our saver.
Isabella Rowe, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, Thank you so much for our country. You guys worked so hard to protect us and we are so thankful that you served. My great, great-papaw was in the military 72 years ago. My papaw’s name was Ronny Woodard. Thank you! For the ones who serve and for this country and gave your life for us. Thank you very much!
Riley Woodard, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veterans, I thank you for your service, for protecting our freedom, to fight for our rights, and for you all keeping us safe from danger and harm. Your service is a good influence not only for me, but for the whole United States. Thank you and God bless you all for your service.
Jazmine Stone, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I would like to say thank you for all of the achievements you’ve done for us. You gave America its freedom with your bravery and skill. We couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you for everything you’ve done.
Matthew Fleenor, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, Thank you for all your hard work! You helped layout this country’s freedom. You and all the other veterans out there are the braves, strongest, and the most courageous men in this country! Not every country has the men like you; not every country has freedom like you. Thank you veterans!
Grayson Weiant, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veterans, Thank you for all your service and serving in World War II. Everyone is grateful for you serving for our country in the time of need. You may not still be with us, but we all remember you. We all love you very much.
Matthew Rogers, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I just say thank you to all the veterans. To all the men and women who served our country for protecting us.
Gage Yates, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I want to thank you for your services in the war. If not for your bravery we would not have freedom in the United States. So thank you!
Jazmyn Smith, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, Thank you for serving our country and for the freedom for our flag.
Jayson Woliver, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veterans, I would like to thank you for all you have done. You fought for my country, you save a lot of people, and some of you have died going out there! When I look at all of you, it makes me want to save people even more so I’m going to be in the army. All I can say is someday I would like to return the favor.
Katie Bear, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I would like to thank you all for fighting for our country. I appreciate you all for supporting our country and families. I would like to let you all know that I feel better to know that you all fought for America. I would also like to let you know I love you all.
Justin Lawson, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I want to thank you for fighting for our country’s freedom. I’m so grateful that every day I can wake up and I live in a free country where there are no slaves. Because people should not get treated differently because of their skin. We all should get treated the same. So thank you for fighting for our country. We’re proud of you all!
Brianna Miles, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I thank you for keeping us safe every day of our lives and defending our only home. I am proud to be an American citizen to live free and well. I also thank you for your good work in the armed forces. If it hadn’t been for you this country would fall apart. Thank you for defending our only home.
Willow Dorman, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I would like to thank you for everything you have ever done. You fought, you won, and you never gave up. I am very thankful for all of your fighting. I am also thankful you gave up your time. Knowing that you could lose your life you still went to war. I give you a big thank you and so does the rest of the United States. Thank you for your time. You can take some time off.
Jesse Jennings, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, Thank you! You all work so hard to make America a livable place and I don’t think I could thank you all enough. Thank you for fighting.
Lindsey Eldridge, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I would like to thank you for all the sacrifices you made for me, our country, and our families. You gave all and put it on the line for us so we would be here today. You gave a lot for very little in return and you paid the ultimate price. Thank you.
Dathan Ridings, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, you have done so many things in America. You are very brave; and this is why I want to thank you. Thank you for risking your life to give this country freedom. Without soldiers and brave people like you, America wouldn’t be the country it is today. Imagine going through the Great Depression again and how horrible that would be. The Great Depression won’t happen again because we have soldiers like you. Thank you for being there and fighting for America’s freedom!
Dorothy Scott, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks
Dear veteran, I really want to thank you for your service and duty in the war and I also want to thank you for helping us keep our freedom. You risk your life for us, and you are really brave. So I really do thank you for your service.
Nick Davis, 8th, Jonesville Middle, Mrs. Brooks