My kids have their last day of school on Monday (a half day). I never let them skip a day, but they will for Memorial Day as they will be attending a ceremony somewhere in the state. This week on my radio show I am going to talk about the true meaning behind Memorial Day. This is not just a day to enjoy a BBQ, a great sale or a day off of work, it is a time to reflect on those who sacrificed for us. I’ll have my weekly video up by Friday, but for now would like to to open the floor for discussion from you about Memorial Day.

Also, now is a time to get a flag if you don’t have one. If your flag is tattered – here is a list of proper procedures and suggestions to dispose of the old one.

5 Replies to “What Memorial Day Really Means”

  1. Dear Greta,

    Bless your heart! Thank you! To many forget that our Warriors are sons and daughters, husbands and wives, moms and dads. They walk a difficult path, and they do it for all of us.

    Thank you for posting this video. Our hope was that it would ripple out and reach not only those it is intended to honor, but also those to whom it could bring a small measure of healing and comfort.

    Much Metta,
    Christopher Buck
    Humanity Healing Foundation

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