“This is a special video that has had me busy for days and holding back my tears. My son in an active duty Marine and asked me to ship out some of his belongings. I finally did pack his things but procrastinated so much. It was a hard thing to do realizing that he is out of my nest. He is fulfilling his dreams since he was a little boy. and being inspired by his aunt, (my sister), my brother in-law as a Navy Sailor and also by my husband Navy Veteran. The few pictures I included are ones that are special to us because of a big change in our lives of peace, safety, health, joy and happiness as a family.” –Jennifer Pérez
Marine mom’s creative video to remeber her Marine by until he returns
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