6 thoughts on “Memorial Day 2019”

  1. I love our military. I know that you aren’t on Twitter or Facebook anymore but along with all of the wonderful posts about Memorial Day and our men and women that died for their country are also (as expected) negative ones.

    Some people were saying they didn’t ask them to fight and die for us and we should ban the military. I had to think long and hard about what to post on this because I my first reaction on this kind of thing is to always fly off the handle. After a bit I posted this.

    “They didn’t and don’t have to ask. Whether they like it, don’t like it, don’t give a s*it, that’s okay, that’s their right. Those that sacrificed gave willingly and probably would do so again.”

    God Bless America and our Military

  2. Karen, thank you for sharing this
    Heroes story. The video was heartbreaking and touching! I prayed for his family while watching it.

    My Dad was in the Korean War, we were raised to honor, our Military, Flag and our Country! Thank you, for honoring one, who gave all for our Country! 🇺🇸

  3. One of the things which makes me very sad: A generation who has no idea of the cost paid so they can be taking selfies. My family had people fighting for our freedom in the 18th century and every battle since then. Some of my relatives paid very dearly, so people can be free to voice their disrespect for everything they see.

    In WWI and WWII our young men went to deal with enemies who dealt with humanity by using torture and murder. Those young men came home with memories they were unable to erase. They then proceeded to build a better world. There is no way to explain where we have been to people who only consider where they are going.

    One of the things I pray for every day is that we learn to love one another. I truly wish it were very likely.

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