Monday, May 25, 2009


Memorial Day, a day set aside to remember those that gave their lives for our country. Today I was reading in the paper that there is an objection about President Obama sending a wreath to honor the Confederate lives that were lost during the Civil War. Why the objection? Because they were Southerns (or Northerners) that fought for the Confederacy? Does that make them any less than someone who died for their country?

Today I honor all that have fought in the American military that have died in all wars. I know they cannot hear me as they have gone to their grave. I humbly bow my head in thanks for giving me the right to live here in America.


  1. I think if Obama said he went to the bathroom today, someone would be against him doing that. I don't think they want him to brush his teeth either. Sometimes I get that opinion that whoever the president is ---they can do no right. Most leaders get the thumbs down for some reason whether, church, our nation, a coach, a teacher, a preacher. Just the way our evil world operates. Ok I'm sorry. I am off my soap box now. lol Hope you have an awesome day!

  2. That is a wonderful thought to honor all those who had sacrificed themselves to their country.

    Have a good week ahead.

  3. I saw no issue with what he did either, but people like to take issue with those in power; comes with the territory I believe.

    I share your sentiments for the honor of the day. ~Mary


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