Help a Wounded Veteran Get a New Leg

Here is a picture of my Bernese Mt. Dog, Macha. Although I never had or needed a service dog, I can say for certain that having dogs has helped me lead a fuller, happier life.

Here is a picture of my Bernese Mt. Dog, Macha. Although I never had or needed a service dog, I can say for certain that having dogs has helped me lead a fuller, happier life.

A book was recommended for Trump the other day on the #readingrecsfortrump post, and it directed to this page Luis Carlos Montalvan. I hadn't heard of him before, and since I am knee deep in fiction and nonfiction related to the wars we've been involved in since Operation Desert Storm, that means it is likely there are a lot of other people who don't know about his books either. This is his bestselling book: Until Tuesday

What this post is mostly aimed at sharing though, is that if you don't want to read about war or PTSD or any of those things because it just depresses you, then you can still do something to help Carlos specifically by going to his GoFundMe page and tossing a few dollars into his fund.

Here is the page: GoFundCarlosMontalvan

There are a lot folks who go to war and come home; many of them reintegrate into civilian life without issue. Some folks go to war and are not as lucky. Carlos, as you can see on his bio, was awarded a number of medals for his service. And now he is back home and needs help to pay for Osseointegration (you can read more about the procedure on the GofundMe page). This procedure is currently only offered in Australia and Europe. And all you have to do to help out is click a few buttons on your computer.

So if you have a few dollars to help Carlos out, I'm sure he'd appreciate it greatly.