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Monday, May 29, 2006

Every Day Should Be Memorial Day

For the Veterans who served yesterday,
And for the Veterans who serve today,
And for the Veterans who will serve tomorrow :

We have you to Thank for our Freedom, and only You.

The Veteran, a person who left family and friends behind, fully aware they may never see those people again, to serve their country.

Veterans, who believed then, and believe today, that their service to our country is for the betterment of all mankind.

While we can try to write our appreciation for all that the Veterans have done and continue to do, no amount of words can do justice to them or for them.

Memorial Day should be every day. And just because it appears on the calendar once per year, does not mean we should not treat the other 364 days any differently.

Every day is Memorial Day, whether the calendar says so or not.

Thank You Veterans, for our Freedom.

May you and your families be Blessed above and beyond what any words can convey.

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Other Notable Memorial Day Posts:
Memorial Day, 2006
They Fight For Freedom
Liberty Is Never Free of Costs
The History of Memorial Day
Memorial Day Thoughts by Rich
Memorial Day Thoughts by Guy


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