A repeat performance!

As today is Memorial Day my usual column will be postponed.  Memorial Day should be a day of remembrance.  When you see someone in the US Military this week, make sure you thank them for their service.

 

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And PLEASE remember, Memorial Day is more than the unofficial start of summer.  It is more than just another day off.  It is more than picnics and sales.

 

Memorial Day is designated as the National day of Remembrance.  It is the day we pause and give thanks to all those who lost their lives in our conflicts and wars throughout our history.

 

3 thoughts on “Memorial Day 2019

  1. Martha J Orlando

    Remembering with you all those who laid down their lives to protect our freedoms . . .
    Blessings, Chris!

  2. Roy A Ackerman, PhD, EA

    Yes- it’s not a day of shopping or the day the swimming pools are opened.

  3. RAAckerman, PhD EA

    Yes- it’s not a day of shopping or the day the swimming pools are opened.

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