On this Memorial Day please take time to remember the brave many men and women who have given their lives for our freedom. So many have and continue to make the ultimate sacrifice for us. Please do not ever forget.
Always remember, Freedom is never free.
We recently had the opportunity to meet some military soldiers from the 101st Airborne coming back from leave from Iraq. The sacrifices these “Screaming Eagles” make as well as all in our Armed Forces are beyond words. If you ever get the opportunity to have a conversation, one understands why these brave men and women volunteer for the job they do. At the very least, the next time you are in an airport and you see one of our brave members of the military, whether it be Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard or National Guard, just say “thank you”. You would be surprised how much it really means to them.
On this Memorial Day I remember my many uncles that have passed that were a part of the Greatest Generation who served in every theater during WWII. One of whom is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
God bless them all and thank you.
WASHINGTON – As he observes Memorial Day today, President Bush is expected to say more sacrifices may be needed in Iraq. At Arlington National Cemetery, Bush will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Bush is also signing a bill this morning that bars protesters from some military funerals.
Update: This is a little off topic, but I do have a question. Why can Google.com change its graphic for Arthur Conan Doyles Birthday last week but not change it for Memorial Day?