First, thanks for all that you do.  To have a job that you love, and one that does so much good for so many families is a great blessing to all of us.  I am a new retiree, and a recent new subscriber. I followed your posts for at least two years before pulling the trigger. Knowing that you and your group were there gave me the courage to retire a little earlier than I would have – maybe by four or five years.

So, how do you thank someone that has given you an extra couple of years of life? Thanks for those extra years, and for the possibility of growing what we have, and might receive in the future, into something that might help our grandchildren get a good start on the education and their lives in a few years.


Delta, Utah

John Thomas - Turkey

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