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I had made the decision yesterday that I would use the simple, yet poignant “Snoopy” post as my Memorial Day page and then take the day off from blogging. This morning, as I meandered through my daily reading list, I … Continue reading
Simply stated. Thanks to @Season’sSplendor
Tomorrow, here in The United States, we acknowledge and remember those that have died for our freedom and I will demonstrate the appropriate reverence. For good or bad, this weekend is also the unofficial start of summer (for folks that … Continue reading
It is Memorial Day and as I thought about a tribute, I came to realize for the first time in my life, that there is no one I can say I knew, not a family member, nor friend, who died … Continue reading
Summed up in five photos…… Please note: These pictures were found on Twitter over the months and I misplaced the feeds they came from.
Amongst all the day’s activities, take a moment and say a prayer of thanks for the men and women who have given their lives for our freedom.
Different people….different perspectives….different thought processes. Contradiction #3 Stay open minded and learn from others and be sure to subscribe to Kelly Hartland’s blog. Whenever I see a post from Kelly, I stop what I am doing to read it, which … Continue reading
I will leave you with this today. Despite what our government is doing to destroy us from within, The United States of America is still the greatest Country in the world because of the men and women who instead of … Continue reading
From David Kanigan’s Lead.Learn.Live Blog Be grateful for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice (Use the Youtube option to view the video)
One of many Memorial Day posts to take in and ponder…. From Wally Brock’s Three Star Leadership Blog Memorial Day Wally has a great blog and I encourage you to visit it now and then.