HI ALL!  The Bag's web site is being completely redone!
Please bare with, my Troops page will be back up shortly!
I love all my troops, veterans and their amazing families! 
Thank you for your service, sacrifices, and courage. xoxox

Please take a moment to read some of the amazing letters sent to to Sue from our troops and their families below. Please remember to thank them when you see one. Trust it means the world to every one of them.
God bless and Keep our Troops and Veterans, and bring them ALL safely home 

Back in 2010 while at the Broken Spoke, I was standing in the back watching Eddie Money when a lovely wavy haired blond walked up to me, put her hand on my shoulder and said Thank you. I looked at her and asked For? She responded, You're a Veteran. Eddie Money was singing his tribute song Another One's Coming Home, And I was standing in the dark crying quietly alone. If I failed to get it out that night, you are very welcome. I was pretty distracted and was planning on doing something terribly drastic after that final trip.  Thank you for appreciating an old soldier. The only reason I knew who you were was afterwards I went over to the Dragpiupe Saloon and you were playing there. and I had previously went to Red Lodge Montana to ride the Bear tooth, and saw you there as well. I have thought about telling you many times since, but I just heard that song and it reminded me. Still Riding...Thank You. Scott

Hi Sue. My friends and I seen your show this weekend at Mountain Fest....it was great as usual. This was their first time seeing you and they enjoyed it as much as my husband and I did. I was writing in regards to the care packages and shirts that you send to our military family that is deployed. I did not know you did that and first of all would like to thank you for doing so. We were military and my husband served in the Air Force so much appreciation and thanks to you!! My future son in law has recently been deployed to Jordan. His tour is a one year tour and it's the first deployment he's ever been on. Hopefully with a lot of prayer he does his year and gets out of there safely. He's in the Army National Guard and I was wondering if you could send him a care package/shirt? He's in the infantry division. His name and address is: SPC Gnus, 
Thank you again for all of your troop support I think it's awesome you do that. When my husband served in Desert Shield/Storm it was very hard not having much contact with him. So I know this will make Phil happy to receive something from you. Thanks so much for everything. ~ Joyce

Suzanne, Thank you very much for the coffee (I'm a coffee ADDICT ... LOL) and even more for your patriotism and support. It really means a lot while where here in Afghanistan to have support from Americans back home. Thank you also for your grandpa's service as a Warrior-Hero, part of "The Greatest Generation" who truly saved the world from tyranny ... HOOAH! As to your work as a comic and supporting the troops, I'd like to please speak with you further on this. I founded and am the CEO of a Veteran Service nonprofit organization, "HONOR THE SACRIFICE". We assist Veterans in need in a number of ways, as well as honor our Warriors' service and that of their Families. If you'd care to check us out at your convenience, I've put our contact information below. We are a nonprofit organization under TX state law and have also submitted our application to the IRS for 501(c)(3) tax exempt status (currently pending). We'd very much like to discuss possibly collaborating on some events in the future after I get back from Afghanistan next Spring. Have a great week and know your support to our troops truly matters far more than you may ever realize! :-) HONOR THE SACRIFICE info: www.honor-the-sacrifice.org (the "Success Stories" link details some of our recent efforts, and we'll be adding a couple more recently-completed efforts soon)

"HONOR THE SACRIFICE" on Facebook Twitter: @Honor_Sacrifice Email: ceo@honor-the-sacrifice.org Yours in Service to Our Nation, Drew Deaton US Army Afghanistan & President & CEO ~HONOR THE SACRIFICE~  
Note from Bags: I hope my friends will check this out!
Suzanne, Thank you for taking the time to care. It's wonderful people like you who make this fifth deployment bearable. I am a 26 year veteran who volunteered to come in order save one of my fellow soldiers from being involuntarily mobilized. I feel as I am sure you do that laughter makes the world a better place. Bless you and for teaching your daughter to CARE and help other people. Its the most important lesson of all. Smile today as I will when I have my cup of joe on you!! Respectfully, Major Bright

Sue, Thank you for all the laughter and for being so f***in real! You have no idea how much it meant to my son to get your pack in the mail! I pray for him and his friends daily, and hope he gets to see you soon! Most Respectfully, J. Tomlin

Hi Bags! My husband and I saw you this weekend at Conesville, LOVE your show as always. Always makes us laugh! You asked for Addresses of service men. Our son is a 1LT. We are very proud of him! He went to Univ. of Iowa after graduating High school. Graduated college and Joined the Army. He is currently In Kandahar Afghanistan, serving his Country. Joe, is an Executive officer, with 161 men under him. He has a wife, Jessi and 1 1/2 year old son, Jace and a daughter, Josie on the way!  As a Mom I am terrified for him, yet very proud. We appreciate your support!  Thank you! His address is 

1Lt. Joe H----------

FOB Walton CP 7-10
APO AE 09355

Howdy Bag Lady Sue! Just writing to say thank you for the cool package! Me and my brothers over here really needed a good laugh and we did till our guts hurt. You are an amazing lady and one sexy woman! (LUV THE CORVETTE PICTURE! IT IS OVER MY BUNK) Would it be possible to have you please send more the other guys want one too! Our address here is : (removed for publication)
Most respectfully,  Pvt B Sunseri