YOU ARE ALL HEROES: Our readers send more messages of love and hope to Wales' finest; THE Echo has been inundated with messages for the boys and girls serving in the Gulf. Here is just a selection of them...
Non and Bob, Rumney, Cardiff.To Cpl Paul Driscoll. We love and miss you loads. Take care - mum and all your family, Mrs Eileen Driscoll.TO all our men and women out in the Gulf - God bless you all. As the mother of two sons who are in the Army, I know what your loved ones are going through, as my sons did five tours of Northern Ireland and also Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia. It is a very stressful time but we know that you know your jobs and you are at this moment doing us all proud and will continue to do so. We love you all and are thinking of you all.
A concerned mother, Ely, CardiffGood luck to all the boys and girls serving in the Gulf. To our son Michael O'Connor from Fairwater, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Come home safe, love from mum, dad and Claire.
David O'ConnorTo Gareth Carr, keep safe, thinking of you, love you always, from uncle Michael, Aunti Ange and all the family.
Michael GibbsTo Craig Toshack, Robert Fowler and all the brave boys and girls. Keep safe. Come home soon.
From the Holland family in BarryGood luck boys, we're praying for your safe return.
John and Michelle Brockway, Ely, CardiffI have utter respect for all you lads. May the Lord be with you! You put the Great in Britain. Take care.
Gareth Thomas, Church Village.To our son Gareth John, Royal Marine 3 Commando, thinking of you all the time. Look after yourself. Proud of you all. Love mum and dad.
Geraint Hazel, PentyrchGod bless you all and keep you safe and return safely home.
Margaret, Fairwater, CardiffTo our son Adam, we love and muss you. Thinking of you constantly. Hurry home. Mum and dad.
Bonnie and Vince, CardiffTo our brother Adam, keep safe and come home quick. We miss you a lot. Love always.
Barry, Tat, Shane and Abbie, CardiffTo our grandson Adam, wishing you a safe and speedy return. All our love, nan and gramps.
Mr & Mrs Hegarty, CardiffTo Michael Bolton, we hope you're OK and you're keeping your spirits up. We all miss you.
Dawn, Gemma and StacieYou are all so brave. Good luck, come back safe. Rachel Callan, Riverside, CardiffWar is never good, but sometimes necessary. I am thinking of you all. Take care.
Mrs Lewis, WhitchurchYou're in our hearts and minds and we're proud for the job you're doing. Keep your strength up and come back safe. Your country supports you.
Emma, BarryTo my darling Ashley Karnicki, you're always in my thoughts. Love you millions. Keep safe! All my love.
Becci from Barry OK bruv! (Tedd Pinkney, RAF). Time to stop playing soldiers and come home! PLEASE. Take care. So very proud of you. Love and miss you loads.
Tamm i eYou are doing everyone proud, good luck to you all, God bless.
Rhiannon, CardiffScott Taylor, serving with the Royal Engineers. We are all thinking of you and can't wait until you are safely home.
Gran, Mam, Dad and all the familyCpl Steven Pearman, keep safe, see you at Ninian Park soon.
Sarah and Cheryl, TongwynlaisPsalm 43 verse three - Send forth your light and truth, let them guide me, let them bring me to your holy mountain. Keep safe.
Julie Lanchester-Harding, CowbridgeTo our brave men and women, you are all heroes and we are with you 100 per cent and we are very proud of you. Stay safe.
Good luck to all our troops. We are all praying for you and your safe return.
Pam, Llanishen, CardiffGill, Mountain AshTo Corporal Leighton Crouch. Our thoughts are withyou, we hope you will be home soon safe. Take care, love mum and Geoff.
God bless you and keep you all safe to return home to your families. You are in our hearts and prayers. We are all with you.
Good luck girls and boys, you are all so brave. God bless you all.
Karen and Geoff Cook, Splott, CardiffPamela Clode, BarryClaire, PentwynThinking of you all each day. Come home safe. Lord, bless our sons and daughters though so far away and, if it be thy will, protect them from all dangers.
Tracy and Liam, ElyJudy, Llanrumney
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2003|
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