Monday, May 31, 2010

Thank you

Thank you to all those who have served and who are serving in the military, and thank you to their families. Memorial Day is the designated day to remember, but regardless of the day, we will never forget.


Anonymous said...

Although every day is a good day to say thank you to those who have and who are serving in our nation's armed forces, please let's remember that Memorial Day is the day designated to remember and honor our nations *war dead* and should not be confused with Veterans Day. This extra special class of veteran deserves their special day of rememberance and our gratitude for their ultimate sacrifice. Please, let's not dilute the meaning of Memorial Day.

Marie said...

Anonymous--Thank you for the reminder--I had just been thinking of those who have served in a war, whether they died in action or not, but as you say, there is a distinction between Veteran's Day and Memorial Day. I intended no disrespect.