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Broncoman13
02-26-2009, 10:07 PM
Got this from another Broncos website. I visited myself a little bit ago and thought I'd pass it on to some more Bronco brothers and sisters. Even if you just offer a quick word of support it will help to occupy his mind in the coming days.

"My nephew, 34-year old Army Sgt. Danny Miller loves the Broncos, second only to his country. Been stationed in KY, TX, KS, and Alaska--always found ways to follow the Broncs. Volunteered for Irag tour--volunteered for patrol on 2/18/09. Vehicle was blown up by IED and lost both legs below knee, broken femur and fractured hip. Currently in hospital in Germany. Has a wife and 7 year-old girl. I'm looking for ways to get him encouragement to face the challenges he's going to encounter. The Bronco Nation seems the logical folks to turn to. There is a website with his story, condition updates, pictures (you'll note that if he's not in Army Camo, he's wearing something Bronco!) and a guest book for messages. Go to www.caringbridge.org, internal website name is 'dannymiller'.
Hope you'll all help me get the message out. He'll have access to reading messages as soon as he gets to San Antonio this weekend. Thanks for letting me post."

TheReverend
02-27-2009, 06:15 AM
Ugh, that's awful. I feel so lucky.

Thanks for posting contact info, Oskie.

Broncoman13
02-27-2009, 06:20 AM
You bet!

TailgateNut
02-27-2009, 06:56 AM
Got this from another Broncos website. I visited myself a little bit ago and thought I'd pass it on to some more Bronco brothers and sisters. Even if you just offer a quick word of support it will help to occupy his mind in the coming days.

"My nephew, 34-year old Army Sgt. Danny Miller loves the Broncos, second only to his country. Been stationed in KY, TX, KS, and Alaska--always found ways to follow the Broncs. Volunteered for Irag tour--volunteered for patrol on 2/18/09. Vehicle was blown up by IED and lost both legs below knee, broken femur and fractured hip. Currently in hospital in Germany. Has a wife and 7 year-old girl. I'm looking for ways to get him encouragement to face the challenges he's going to encounter. The Bronco Nation seems the logical folks to turn to. There is a website with his story, condition updates, pictures (you'll note that if he's not in Army Camo, he's wearing something Bronco!) and a guest book for messages. Go to www.caringbridge.org, internal website name is 'dannymiller'.
Hope you'll all help me get the message out. He'll have access to reading messages as soon as he gets to San Antonio this weekend. Thanks for letting me post."


Thanks Oskie!

Goobzilla
02-27-2009, 07:52 AM
Here's a direct link:

http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/dannymiller

Broncoman13
02-27-2009, 08:51 AM
Thanks Oskie!

Awesome message buddy!!!

BBB1980
02-28-2009, 07:17 AM
Thanks for sharing just added a comment in his Guest Book.

TheReverend
02-28-2009, 08:28 AM
Awesome message buddy!!!

Oh, so you're saying mine sucked, huh? WELL F YOU OSKIE! :D

Broncoman13
02-28-2009, 09:32 AM
Oh, so you're saying mine sucked, huh? WELL F YOU OSKIE! :D

Sorry. Didn't mean to hurt your feeling....pu$$y!

;D

Los Broncos
02-28-2009, 09:40 AM
Thats very sad, I'm sorry Oskie.

Broncoman13
02-28-2009, 11:24 AM
Oh, so you're saying mine sucked, huh? WELL F YOU OSKIE! :D

Hahaha, I just now read your message. I hadn't seen it until about 2 minutes ago. You're right, and what he does now and from this point forward, will only strengthen that example that you speak of. Good message!

Broncoman13
02-28-2009, 11:28 AM
Thats very sad, I'm sorry Oskie.

It is sad and to be clear I don't know him personally. Just spreading the word so that we can help keep his spirits high! I'll tell you what's cool though, Bronco fans are showing up big time with support! It's great to see and a lot of folks are taking note. His uncle is a good dude too. A Chef fan reaching out to Bronco fans and we've responded. Good to see that we can give him a little crap and still support him and his family. Reminds me of why I love this board even through the tough (Casino Royal) times!

kupesdad
02-28-2009, 02:44 PM
Got this from another Broncos website. I visited myself a little bit ago and thought I'd pass it on to some more Bronco brothers and sisters. Even if you just offer a quick word of support it will help to occupy his mind in the coming days.

"My nephew, 34-year old Army Sgt. Danny Miller loves the Broncos, second only to his country. Been stationed in KY, TX, KS, and Alaska--always found ways to follow the Broncs. Volunteered for Irag tour--volunteered for patrol on 2/18/09. Vehicle was blown up by IED and lost both legs below knee, broken femur and fractured hip. Currently in hospital in Germany. Has a wife and 7 year-old girl. I'm looking for ways to get him encouragement to face the challenges he's going to encounter. The Bronco Nation seems the logical folks to turn to. There is a website with his story, condition updates, pictures (you'll note that if he's not in Army Camo, he's wearing something Bronco!) and a guest book for messages. Go to www.caringbridge.org, internal website name is 'dannymiller'.
Hope you'll all help me get the message out. He'll have access to reading messages as soon as he gets to San Antonio this weekend. Thanks for letting me post."

Thanks Oskie, I'll see what I can get done to help out. He's got an Alaska connection too! Thanks for posting this.

UberBroncoMan
03-01-2009, 02:38 AM
If you're going to loose your leg anywhere, below the knee is what you want. This means he'll be able to walk again. I'll defiantly send him my best wishes. He's a hero in my book.

Spider
03-01-2009, 06:07 AM
Damn glad he is alive ....................

Broncoman13
03-01-2009, 06:26 PM
Guys and Gals of the Mane. Danny's family is trying to raise a little bit of money so that their family can help support him in this trying time. It's not a matter of medical care but rather putting the family in a position to be there for him and ensure he has good company in what will be a long recovery. The info I received from his uncle is that he's now back in the US! He is in good spirits considering everything that has transpired in the past few weeks. To top everything off his femur is broke in three spots and the break is what was described as a split of the bone. It will be tricky trying to mend those fractures and there is a real possibility that he could lose more of his leg. Keep him in your prayers and post your encouragement on his site.

He's had a few people threaten to not treat him b/c of his Broncos Tattoo. As you can imagine he's probably being treated from people all over the US... but it sounds like he's a good spirited guy and in spite of his condition is able to roll with the punches.

Danny's sister Deana has ordered a bunch of rubber bracelets to honor Danny and is trying to sell them for $5 to raise a little money for expenses attached to his family relocating to Texas from Alaska. If you are at all interested in a bracelet, please PM me and I will forward the information to you.

ApaOps and Tailgate, thank you so much for your PMs and doing what you've done so far. You guys have absolutely nothing to gain from helping somebody you've never met, yet you're willing and ready. I'm proud to have you guys as friends!!! Nick, I sent a letter to BMarsh to see if he would be willing to help in a small way with regards to our plans. Nothing major and it seems as though he has a lot going on so who knows if he'll respond, but this is a good cause and I'm certain Brandon will recognize it as such! Thanks again for being a good dude!!!

Danny'sCousin
03-01-2009, 07:40 PM
Guys and Gals of the Mane. Danny's family is trying to raise a little bit of money so that their family can help support him in this trying time. It's not a matter of medical care but rather putting the family in a position to be there for him and ensure he has good company in what will be a long recovery. The info I received from his uncle is that he's now back in the US! He is in good spirits considering everything that has transpired in the past few weeks. To top everything off his femur is broke in three spots and the break is what was described as a split of the bone. It will be tricky trying to mend those fractures and there is a real possibility that he could lose more of his leg. Keep him in your prayers and post your encouragement on his site.

He's had a few people threaten to not treat him b/c of his Broncos Tattoo. As you can imagine he's probably being treated from people all over the US... but it sounds like he's a good spirited guy and in spite of his condition is able to roll with the punches.

Danny's sister Deana has ordered a bunch of rubber bracelets to honor Danny and is trying to sell them for $5 to raise a little money for expenses attached to his family relocating to Texas from Alaska. If you are at all interested in a bracelet, please PM me and I will forward the information to you.

ApaOps and Tailgate, thank you so much for your PMs and doing what you've done so far. You guys have absolutely nothing to gain from helping somebody you've never met, yet you're willing and ready. I'm proud to have you guys as friends!!! Nick, I sent a letter to BMarsh to see if he would be willing to help in a small way with regards to our plans. Nothing major and it seems as though he has a lot going on so who knows if he'll respond, but this is a good cause and I'm certain Brandon will recognize it as such! Thanks again for being a good dude!!!

Oskie,
I'm sorry it's taken this long to get to you and the rest of the Bronco Nation on this forum. I've tried to get to them all. First and foremost, THANK YOU for your support. It means so much knowing someone else in another part of the world is thinking about your family. When there are so many things you could be doing or just thinking about, other than Danny, you're thoughtfulness will NOT go unnoticed. I wanted to sign up and personally thank you for your dedication to Danny and his story.
Thankfully, mine & Danny's aunt, Vikki, talked to Danny today and she was in tears when she called me just from the sound of his laugh. He joked about the conversations between himself and his fellow army brothers as they pulled him out of the tank ... doesn't sound funny to you and me ... but Danny is a much different breed ... the greatest kind. AND YES, his first update to Aunt Vikki was that his broncos tattoo was INTACT and untouched on his leg. AND YES, it appears, he was threatened with no treatment due to this tattoo.... which, if you knew Danny, you'd know he'd take the tattoo any day, no regrets there!!
Danny will be at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Anotonio for atleast a year. His wife, Amie, is currently planning the move of her and their daughter, Allison, from Alaska to San Antonio. It appears that all is well with Danny, except the fact that he doesn't have any feet (in his own words), but he has guaranteed his participation in as many marathons as he can, as soon as he can.
He is, always has been and always will be a fighter. So, from the bottom of my heart ... all the way from Florida, via Kansas with a final destination in San Antonio .... thank you. You're kindness and thoughtfulness ... and that of the Bronco Nation ... is more than we (the Miller Family) could have ever imagined. You're impact cannot be expressed in mere words. Thank you.

- Jessica James (Danny's Cousin)

TailgateNut
03-02-2009, 06:39 AM
Oskie,
I'm sorry it's taken this long to get to you and the rest of the Bronco Nation on this forum. I've tried to get to them all. First and foremost, THANK YOU for your support. It means so much knowing someone else in another part of the world is thinking about your family. When there are so many things you could be doing or just thinking about, other than Danny, you're thoughtfulness will NOT go unnoticed. I wanted to sign up and personally thank you for your dedication to Danny and his story.
Thankfully, mine & Danny's aunt, Vikki, talked to Danny today and she was in tears when she called me just from the sound of his laugh. He joked about the conversations between himself and his fellow army brothers as they pulled him out of the tank ... doesn't sound funny to you and me ... but Danny is a much different breed ... the greatest kind. AND YES, his first update to Aunt Vikki was that his broncos tattoo was INTACT and untouched on his leg. AND YES, it appears, he was threatened with no treatment due to this tattoo.... which, if you knew Danny, you'd know he'd take the tattoo any day, no regrets there!!
Danny will be at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Anotonio for atleast a year. His wife, Amie, is currently planning the move of her and their daughter, Allison, from Alaska to San Antonio. It appears that all is well with Danny, except the fact that he doesn't have any feet (in his own words), but he has guaranteed his participation in as many marathons as he can, as soon as he can.
He is, always has been and always will be a fighter. So, from the bottom of my heart ... all the way from Florida, via Kansas with a final destination in San Antonio .... thank you. You're kindness and thoughtfulness ... and that of the Bronco Nation ... is more than we (the Miller Family) could have ever imagined. You're impact cannot be expressed in mere words. Thank you.

- Jessica James (Danny's Cousin)


Please PM me mailing info for Danny and his clothing size! Thanks, and send my regards.
If it's Raider Fans not willing to treat him I may have to send him one of my RaiderHater tees!:~ohyah!:

fido
03-02-2009, 07:18 AM
oskie, you are the man (apologies if you are of the fairer sex) for bringing this to the board.

Broncoman13
03-02-2009, 07:33 AM
oskie, you are the man (apologies if you are of the fairer sex) for bringing this to the board.

No problem. Post some comments and keep Danny's spirits up! How often do you have an opportunity to help someone that you don't know and will likely never meet? For me, it was an easy call!

Have I mentioned I'm proud of my Bronco brothers? You guys are ALLRIGHT!!!:thumbsup:

TailgateNut
03-02-2009, 08:15 AM
No problem. Post some comments and keep Danny's spirits up! How often do you have an opportunity to help someone that you don't know and will likely never meet? For me, it was an easy call!

Have I mentioned I'm proud of my Bronco brothers? You guys are ALLRIGHT!!!:thumbsup:

Love the "why did the chicken cross the road" thingy. :rofl:

I hit one of those "non-believers/ Armadillos" on my bike right outside of Belton, Tx a few decades ago.;D

Danny'sCousin
03-03-2009, 08:56 PM
Hey all...

Just wanted to give a short update on Danny's condition ... for those of you who don't check the caring bridge site every 4 seconds like I do ... hahaha http://forum.denverbroncos.com/images/smilies/th_broadgrin.gif

If you've read the journal updates you'd know that my Aunt Vikki posted this on Sunday: "Danny's right femur and hip are broken in three places and the surgery to correct that will be tricky. If that can be fixed, then they will move on to restructuring his knee. We won't go into the "what if they can't mode". We're just going with, "when they fix the femur and hip", then they will move on to his knee, fix that - and all will be fine. The left leg, although amputated mid calf down, is okay. He does not know when they will be doing the surgery."

So - the update is "Deana (Danny's sister) called to let us know that Danny had the surgery today to repair his broken femur and hip. The surgery apparently went very well. She didn't have any more information than that, but it sounded very encouraging."

SO YAY -- hopefully Danny's leg will get better enough so they can reconstruct his knee and move on to his prosthesis. We're not out of the water with that leg, but it looks promising at this point.

Can I just say .............
We prayed for him to be placed at the Texas facility instead of Walter Reed, due to distance to family ... we prayed that his surgery would go well so he wouldn't lose more of that leg, and it's seemingly going to go our way .... Although all of this hurt isn't over yet, the prayers we do have are coming true. So, I say to myself ... maybe the fact that he was injured as bad as he was is the worst thing that will happen and all things to follow will work out to their fullest potential. It's amazing the differences in the GREAT THINGS we have now, as compared to before this all happened. What a life change.

Thank you all for EVERYTHING....

brncs_fan
03-03-2009, 09:19 PM
I put up what I hope was an uplifting message. I never seem to know what to say without sounding super cheesy and repeating a bunch of stuff that has already been said.

Broncoman13
03-03-2009, 09:31 PM
I wouldn't worry about sounding cheesy. I am sure that my messages sound corny, but they're from the heart so what difference does it make?

Danny'sCousin
03-03-2009, 10:05 PM
I put up what I hope was an uplifting message. I never seem to know what to say without sounding super cheesy and repeating a bunch of stuff that has already been said.


I think you might be John from IL since you're info on the left says Eastern Illinois .... if you are, I'd like you to know I don't think your guestbook post was cheesy at all. And, even if it was ... it will still mean more than you know through Danny's tears as he makes his way through all the notes.

Now my prayers are to be in the room when Danny finally gets on a level of pain meds that will let him be able to conciously read and understand everyone's notes. I want to see his face and hug him while he realizes all of his support.

Thank you again!! GREAT JOB!

TailgateNut
03-04-2009, 06:45 AM
Hey Danny's Cuz. Thanks for the info you provided.

Send my best when you get an opportunity.

I am glad to hear things are going as well as possible.

Speaking of cheesy, check your PM.

Danny'sCousin
03-04-2009, 08:41 PM
Danny Update .....

So, YAY, they were able to put the steel rod in Danny's right leg and take out the epidural that was medicating him. He is now on different medication and is very groggy. He will have his wounds cleaned again on Friday. Danny's Dad, Dennis, reports he will be getting a cell phone and computer SOON and when he's up to it, he'll be getting all the messages that all of you wonderful people have been leaving him and soon after that, he'll be up and running on Broncos forums. It'll be like a second homecoming for him, hahaha. He has come home to the nation that he loves and will then visit the other nation he loves, Bronco Nation.

Thank you is not enough to all of you for all you have done for him.

Danny'sCousin
03-08-2009, 05:33 PM
GREAT NEWS!!! Danny has gotten to the point where he is able to get on a computer, read the site and the posts and respond with coherence. Thank you to you all for your words of encouragement!!! It's truly making any impact!!

From Danny, to his supporters on the Caring Bridge site:
Well I finally got a chance to type on this web site. I just wanted to take a minute to thank every one for thier well wishes and caring notes. I am at a loss for words so I am sorry if this is so short. I just wanted to let every one know, that even though I have no feet I WILL walk again and am going to stay in the army if they will let me. Your support is one of the things that keeps me going. Thank you again.
Staff Sergeant Daniel Miller

From Danny's Family - THANK YOU, THANK YOU THANK YOU!!

broncocalijohn
03-08-2009, 06:18 PM
Great news! Hope he still receives great care and gets to someday be able to walk again. He is always welcomed at Orangemane weekend.

TailgateNut
03-09-2009, 06:19 AM
GREAT NEWS!!! Danny has gotten to the point where he is able to get on a computer, read the site and the posts and respond with coherence. Thank you to you all for your words of encouragement!!! It's truly making any impact!!

From Danny, to his supporters on the Caring Bridge site:
Well I finally got a chance to type on this web site. I just wanted to take a minute to thank every one for thier well wishes and caring notes. I am at a loss for words so I am sorry if this is so short. I just wanted to let every one know, that even though I have no feet I WILL walk again and am going to stay in the army if they will let me. Your support is one of the things that keeps me going. Thank you again.
Staff Sergeant Daniel Miller

From Danny's Family - THANK YOU, THANK YOU THANK YOU!!

Get that man a username and "bad ass avatar". :strong:

Get well soon!

Salute!

Danny'sCousin
03-10-2009, 05:55 PM
Ok, I'm not a doctor, but I could only think that it is very unprecedented that Danny was taken off his epidural, out of bed, put into a wheelchair and was able to tour the "state of the art" facility he will be in for the next year, or so we've heard.

He took an hearing test today, for which we do not have the results. His wife, Amie, is doing a fantastic job updating the caring bridge website. He goes back into surgery tomorrow to clean & close the rest of his wounds. The closures will be done by skin graft, so when that's completed, he will not be able to move his legs for a few days.

BUT THAT'S NOT THE BEST NEWS .....

Danny's wife, Amie, and daughter, Allison, have been living at the Fisher House on the property of the medical facility. So, if this surgery goes well tomorrow and the skin grafts "take" in the next few days and there's no infection, Danny will be transitioned to outpatient status for rehabilitation and be able to live with Amie and Allison!!!

Please pray that the surgery goes well and the skin grafts are successful. What a difference it would make for his rehab if he were living life with his family in their "home", rather than a hospital room.

Thank you all for your continued prayers and thouhts and messages. Not only have you made a difference and an impact on Danny's life, but mine as well and that of my family.

TailgateNut
03-10-2009, 07:28 PM
Ok, I'm not a doctor, but I could only think that it is very unprecedented that Danny was taken off his epidural, out of bed, put into a wheelchair and was able to tour the "state of the art" facility he will be in for the next year, or so we've heard.

He took an hearing test today, for which we do not have the results. His wife, Amie, is doing a fantastic job updating the caring bridge website. He goes back into surgery tomorrow to clean & close the rest of his wounds. The closures will be done by skin graft, so when that's completed, he will not be able to move his legs for a few days.

BUT THAT'S NOT THE BEST NEWS .....

Danny's wife, Amie, and daughter, Allison, have been living at the Fisher House on the property of the medical facility. So, if this surgery goes well tomorrow and the skin grafts "take" in the next few days and there's no infection, Danny will be transitioned to outpatient status for rehabilitation and be able to live with Amie and Allison!!!

Please pray that the surgery goes well and the skin grafts are successful. What a difference it would make for his rehab if he were living life with his family in their "home", rather than a hospital room.

Thank you all for your continued prayers and thouhts and messages. Not only have you made a difference and an impact on Danny's life, but mine as well and that of my family.

Great to hear GOOD NEWS. Being with his family has to be the best medicine.

May each day be more successful than the previous.

Danny'sCousin
03-11-2009, 08:09 PM
http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g225/jj-rec/danny11.jpg

SSG Daniel James Miller
Abraham Lincoln wrote: "I like to see a man proud of the place in which he lives. I like to see a man live so that his place will be proud of him.

Without a doubt, Mr. Lincoln was describing Danny Miller and every soldier, young and old, man and woman, who have fought bravely and selflessly to ensure the freedoms that we too often take for granted. For our family, Danny's pride in his country and our pride in him, felt but too often unspoken, came into clear focus on February 18th, 2009.

On that day, Staff Sgt. Danny Miller, B-CO 3-21 Infantry - Commander of the Stryker Mobil Gun System (MGS) stationed in Iraq, was on patrol when his armored vehicle was blown up by a stack of roadside bombs. The blast was so severe it lifted the tank into the air, and in spite of having layers of steel underneath him, Danny's legs were so badly damaged they had to be amputated below both knees. He also suffered a compound fracture of his femur and hip. Thankfully, Danny and his fellow soldiers survived and he is now starting an arduous journey to recovery at Brooke Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. We invite you to join Danny’s journey at www.caringbridge.org/visit/dannymiller, leave an encouraging message for Danny if you like, and view photographs.

But we wanted to offer you the opportunity to do even more. Danny's sister has ordered Honor Bracelets to sell in hopes of raising funds to help his wife and 7-year old daughter with expenses attached to this life detour that affects the entire family.

HONOR BRACELETS: $4.00 + $1.00 s&h

To us, these Honor Bracelets are a symbol of more than the dramatic outcome of Danny’s combat mission. Certainly, having it will remind us of the fear, tears and heartache of those first few hours, days, and weeks, but it will also be an enduring reminder of the love, caring spirit and amazing outpouring of support and encouragement we found in our friends, family (near and far), and many, many special people we may never meet…….each of you will remain in our hearts, thoughts and prayers forever.

We hope Danny story reminds you of the ideals that make our country worth fighting for……..

“All the Great Things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: Freedom, Justice, Honor, Duty, Mercy, Hope.”

Our entire family thanks you for doing a simple thing: purchasing this Honor Bracelet that speaks of one very special soldier, our Danny, but represents thousands more. To us, that simple act is absolutely one of the “Great Things”.

To order:
Vikki @ vikkibuell@att.net or Deana @ deanam77@cox.net.
Or call (316) 371-9225 (Vikki) or (316) 201-8853 (Deana)

Danny'sCousin
03-26-2009, 05:05 PM
Hello All,

Just wanted to give another update on Danny, as he is moving along making very large strides in his treatment.

He was moved into the Fisher House after the skin grafts on his leg were set in enough that he could move around comfortably. Apparently, the Fisher House is like a hotel, with some strict rules. He has recently found out that he is E6 promotable which will help him with staying in the Army after rehab. This promotion also helped out with getting out of the Fisher House and getting into a 3 bedroom house with his wife & daughter.

Another piece of info .... Danny received a "field purple heart" after the bomb, which they do because they're afraid the soldier might not make it. So, since Danny made it (yay!), they will be having a ceremony for him to give him his purple heart!!

Thank you again for your support for Danny -- we love him and the bronco nation!!

love, Jessica:thanku:

GreatBronco16
03-27-2009, 01:34 AM
I can not believe I haven't checked back in this thread yet. Just incase you didn't know, this is Jonathan from Alabama. I'm so glad that Danny is doing so much better and his family is able to stay with him. I'll check back in later on the site.

TailgateNut
06-15-2009, 08:24 AM
Just a short update. Danny is up and "running". He's accomplished more in several months than most of us would be able to accomplish after such a tragic incident.

Hats off, and a salute for my "brother in arms".:strong:



http://www.caringbridge.org/tres/images/photos/1/1/2/8/112860/t.IYBJApVPDgkxqzkk.jpg

broncocalijohn
06-16-2009, 03:07 PM
i get his updates everytime he posts. We have got to get this guy out to OM weekend. Broncos need to get him out on the field during our home opener.

TailgateNut
06-17-2009, 07:30 AM
i get his updates everytime he posts. We have got to get this guy out to OM weekend. Broncos need to get him out on the field during our home opener.


They already sent him a little care package. I would think that with a little more prodding they would be inclined to at least give up some free tix. The two peeps I've been dealing with have been more than helpful so far.

Broncoman13
11-09-2009, 06:44 AM
Watch for Danny tonight

TailgateNut
11-09-2009, 08:44 AM
Watch for Danny tonight

Yep. He will be on the field for the coin toss and agian at halftime. He's getting the "well deserved" VIP treatment.:thumbsup:

I'm gonna see if he wants to race me across the parking lot.!Booya!

JK. He told me yesterday that he'll be dropped off at our tailgater about 1:30.

Party time.

crawdad
11-09-2009, 09:29 AM
That will be so cool. He definitely should be given the VIP treatment. God Bless our Troops!