Police Week 2016.

Happy Wednesday, Friends!  This week is National Police Week.  There is a lot of negativity in the media as of recent about police.  Police officers are just like you and I.  They have families they come home to each and every night.  And I am married to one.  

This line of work is all I've ever known. I grew up as a daughter of a Police Chief.  I then went on to become a police dispatcher and have been doing this for almost 14 years.  And I even met Brian through work.  
I am a proud wife of a Police Officer.  Brian has always been determined to make a difference.  He is always willing to lend a hand to anyone.  And is always putting others above himself.  He has compassion and Integrity.  


Brian is a hero to my girls.  They love their daddy like you can't even imagine.  Emma is aware of the dangerous job her dad has, and although we don't talk about it very often she knows that he puts his life on the line to protect others.  



We are proud of Brian and of course my dad too who has since retired.  


This week we honor the fallen Police Officers.  If you see a Police Officer this week, Thank them.  They are serving and protecting your community every day and putting their lives on the line to protect yours.  

We thank all Officers for everything they do for us.
#weseeyou


12 comments

  1. What a great post! thank you for sharing!
    My best friends husband is our county's sheriff! so we love and support our officers! He is up for re-election this year and holy cow I'm nervous for them :) say a prayer! He is a republican and has a republican running against him, so this we be over for us next Tuesday!!

    Have a great day!

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    1. Thank you Heather! I'll be thinking of your friend!!!

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  2. Johannah! What an awesome post! Very thankful for everything police officers do to protect our towns and cities. Thank you to Brian for his service! I know you are so so proud of him!

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    1. Thank you Justine =) I am very proud of him!

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  3. Connor wants to be a police officer when he is grown. He also wants his cruiser to be rainbow colors. I think the odds of that happening are slim to none.

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  4. It must be a hard job! Thanks to you and your family!

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  5. Such an honorable career...so thankful for families like yours and your service to others!

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  6. Thank you to Brian for a job that is often thankless!

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