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Carrie Underwood's Husband Mike Fisher Thanks Those That Serve in a Touching Memorial Day Post

Jaimie-lee Prince
May 27, 2020
05:30 A.M.
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Mike Fisher combined his faith with his appreciation for fallen soldiers as he celebrated Memorial Day with a sentimental post. It included a well-known scripture from the book of John. 

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On Monday, Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher paid tribute to those who laid down their lives in war to secure our freedom. Veteran's Day began back in 1868 and became a federal holiday in 1971. 

This year, the holiday celebration is a little different since persons are social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it was never about those living. 

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MIKE FISHER SHARES BIBLE VERSE ON MEMORIAL DAY

In his post, Fisher included a photo of a uniformed soldier holding numerous American flags in his hands. The picture was reposted from someone else's page. 

In the caption, the former hockey player expressed thanks to those who have served their country. He then quoted John 15:13, which reads, "Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends."

He closed off the post with another message of thanks, along with the hashtag, Memorial Day. The comment section was flooded with messages of agreement and support. 

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Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood at Bridgestone Arena on November 13, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. | Photo: Getty Images

FISHER & UNDERWOOD TO SHARE THEIR LIVES

Mike and his wife are strong Christians and patriots, and curious fans may be getting a look inside the couple's life soon. Earlier this week, they announced the coming of a series focused around them. 

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Titled "Mike and Carrie: God & Country," the four-part film will be part of the "I Am Second" series, which covers various celebrities' lives on a website of the same name.

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THE HAPPY COUPLE ARE NOT QUITE ALIKE

In a trailer for the show, Underwood talked about how she never imagined marrying someone who hunts. "As a child, never, not in a million years. We just differ drastically," she said. 

The couple also discusses their struggles with starting a family, and the miscarriages Underwood went through. The show will premiere on May 27 and end on June 17. 

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Underwood and Fisher have been married since 2010. Their son, Isaiah, was born in 2015. After that, the "Cry Pretty" singer lost three unborn children before giving birth to a second boy, Jacob, in 2019. 

UNDERWOOD SHOWS OFF ROCK HARD ABS

Elsewhere, Underwood and her family are looking forward to an end to this pandemic. Last week, the singer shared a bikini photo of herself sporting abs as she stood outside in the sun. 

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"Is it summer yet?" she asked, adding hashtags "#PoolReady" and "#ChooseYou." The 37-year-old smiled broadly for the camera underneath a large brown hat. 

FISHER GIVES HIS SON A HAIRCUT

Meanwhile, Fisher is busy keeping the boys in good shape by giving them haircuts at home. Underwood shared a couple of photos to her Instagram earlier this month

Carrie Underwood posts images of her husband Mike Fisher cutting their son's hair at home amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. | Source: InstagramStories/carrieunderwood

Father and sons were outside enjoying some clear skies. In one shot, Fisher held Isaiah in his arms as he read a story while little Jacob stood barefoot on the floor. What a heartwarming bonding moment.

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