"The fight for freedom is God's fight.
So when a man stands for freedom he stands with God.
And as long as he stands for freedom he stands with God.
And were he to stand alone he would still stand with God.
A man will be eternally vindicated and rewarded for his stand for freedom."
--Ezra Taft Benson

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Help Bring Our Men Home

Last night when I was on the phone with my husband I told him that I was starting to call our different State Representative's and also President Donald J. Trump and his new cabinet picks.  I said what do I have to lose by trying?  His response back to me hit me hard, he said, "I have my family to lose if you don't try." He is hundred percent correct.  If my husband is convicted on these false trumped up charges then he could spend up to 96 years in prison.  He will never be able to be with his family again.  This is to heartbreaking to think about and I will not stop working until he is home where he belongs.

On a daily basis I have so many people tell me, "If there is anything I can do for you, then please let me know."  Well, I am asking for your help now.  I am asking that you write letters to the new presidency asking them to look into this case.  Then I ask that you call your elected officials and have them look into the case.  The more letters and calls the better.  All of these men are not guilty of anyone of the charges that they are being charged with. They did none of those things. The prosecutors have no evidence against these men.  These men have been denied bail and their constitutional rights to a speedy trial.    These men have been imprisoned for almost a year now.  It is way past time for them to come home.  Please help these men come home and be reunited with their families so they can prepare for a fair trial.  This is your time to help and let your voices be heard.

Please, write President Donald J Trump, The Honorable Jeff Sessions Attorney General and then write and call your State elected officials and ask them to stand up for these mens freedoms and liberties by sending them home to their families. 

·         President Donald J. Trump
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Phone: 202-456-1111

·         The Honorable Jeff Sessions Attorney General
326 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

Phone: 202-224-4124

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Blessings and Trials

I first want to start out by saying how much we have been blessed this holiday season and this past year.  Our family is so grateful for the love that has been shown to us during the Holidays and throughout this past year.  Words can't describe how thankful we are for your thoughtfulness toward our family.  We have been blessed with so many kind acts by so many individuals.  Thank you for your cards, prayers, meals, donations, gifts, services and so many other acts of kindness.  You have definitely helped to lighten our load and bring happiness into our home.  It was so wonderful to see the children's faces on Christmas morning.  They all had big smiles on their faces and excitement in their voices. This made Dave and I so happy. We love you and thank you all for your kindness and love.

Just before Christmas we received some heartbreaking news.  The Judge who is managing the Nevada Case decided that there was no way that all 17 defendants could be tried on February 6th. She decided because there was so many defendants going to trial that she would break them up into three different groups and have three different trials.  All 17 defendants were ready to go to trial on February 6th.  These men have been imprisoned for over 10 months and are ready to be reunited with their families again.  But sadly the Judge decided that Dave along with his brother Mel and four others would be put into the last group to go to trial.  Which means that Dave probably will not be going to trial until August of 2017.

Dave has already been away from our family for ten long months now.  If he doesn't go to trial until August then that is at least another ten long months. This means that it will be almost two years that our family will have been wrongly separated. This trial is not getting any easier only harder.  I feel for Dave who longs for his children's hugs and kisses.  And I feel so badly for our children who miss a daddy who freely gave his love to his children with lots of hugs and kisses.  His family means everything to him and he is our hero.  The thought of him not coming home soon is almost unbearable and we are trying to just take it one day at a time.

Even though this trial is extremely hard we will never stop believing and having faith that our Heavenly Father is ultimately in control and that our Daddy will be home soon.  Below is a picture of what our Santa's cookies looked like this past Christmas.  I love the faith that our daughter has and that her faith is unwavering.  She will never give up on her daddy! She is one of her daddy's biggest Cheerleaders.

Dave and I are blessed with six beautiful children who are doing their best to hold on to the faith that their daddy will be home soon.  These children have cried many tears for their daddy.  They miss him and want him home so badly.  But they are doing their best to staying strong for their daddy.  Please continue to do the same with us.  Please continue to pray that our Dad and the other patriots will be returned home soon.  We want to wish our dad a Happy Birthday on Saturday and let him know that we love him and miss him.  We are proud of him for staying so strong. We pray that on his Birthday he will be comforted and be able to find some happiness.   We love you DAVE BUNDY!  Keep staying strong.  You will be home soon.  Families are Forever.