From our David Walker–
Whether or not their loved one’s wounds are visible, spouses of veterans commit to a heroic undertaking when they move into the role of caregiver.
“They also serve who only stand and wait,” wrote the poet John Milton, whose words in my mind conjure up images of spouses and other family members fretting about those in uniform far away — all too often in harm’s way. They too are serving our country and sometimes their service matches or even exceeds that of the ones on the front lines.
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