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Today, Sunday May 27, 2024... The Day before Memorial Day

Started by Northern Star Girl, May 26, 2024, 10:42:09 AM

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Northern Star Girl

  Today, Sunday May 27, 2024... The Day before Memorial Day

Whenever we think of the losses that our fighting men and women have sustained in the
defense of America's freedoms, we should ponder the profound words of General George Patton:
"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather, we should thank God that such men lived."

Join me in thanking God that these men and women lived and served !!!


Warmest Regards and thank you to those that are all about what Memorial Day really means.

Danielle [Northern Star Girl]
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LoriDee

Thank you for this, Danielle!

General Patton was one of my favorite historical military figures. When the movie Patton first came out, our entire tank unit marched to the theater in full dress uniforms, black berets, and carrying our gold guidon. Other movie-goers were amused (annoyed) that every time the General appeared on screen, our entire unit would stand and salute him. We had fun with that.

We have rain moving in now, so I don't know yet if I will be visiting the Black Hills Cemetery tomorrow. We have a Gold Star mom who lives a few doors down from me and she went there yesterday, expecting bad weather tomorrow. Her husband and son are both buried there. She brought me some poppies from her visit.

Whether I go or not, my thoughts will be with those we have lost.
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