When She Finally Spots Her Marine At The 6:16 Mark, My Heart Soared!
The Autism Site
By The Autism Site
This homecoming video may be longer than most, but I promise it is worth every second! With anticipation building, Justin and Austen anxiously awaite their reunion after many months apart. When she finally spots her marine at the 6:16 mark, you can practically feel her joy through the computer.
See their reunion!
*You can send joy to our troops this Valentine’s Day. Find out how at the end of this page.*
For most, Valentine’s Day is a time to appreciate their loved ones through the exchange of cards, chocolates and other gifts. Overseas, our service members don’t have the luxury of spending this holiday with those closest to their heart.
But you can help.
How? By sending them comfort in the form of care packages. This Valentine’s Day, we want our troops to know that they’re loved, and that their efforts and sacrifices haven’t gone unnoticed. The following box gives more details on how you can help.
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