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I would like to say Thank you for all the Men and Women who served our Country, not afraid to give their lives for our Freedom...
I have many Uncles, Cousins and Friends still in the Military and Retried Grandfather...
Our love and Prayers to all the ones serving, but to the VETS We are honored to be Americans and appreciate the freedom we have because of you!!
Happy Veterans Day to those of you in the US, and thank-you for the contest.
Also, please don't forget Rememberance Day here in Canada!
I think perhaps the most important things to do are the simplest:
1. Wear a poppy. The donations go to veterans programs, the poppy shows you care, and it reminds others to donate and get one too. Sure, they fall off, but they're any price you can afford (even just 25 cents!) so replace it if you lose it!
2. Observe one minute of silence. Whether you follow along with a tv program, sit quietly in the gym at your school for the assembly, or just take a minute to close your eyes uniterrupted at work, take that one minute to think seriously about war, loss, and rememberance.
My grandparents lost siblings and cousins to war, and I can only imagine how devastating those close personal losses are to the families of today's serving men and women. Thank-you for your service for our freedoms, Canadians and Americans alike.
In thinking about what I wanted to post, I had an interesting thought. Every person who has chosen to serve in either the US or Canadian military, has actually given up a bit of his/her freedom to help us keep ours. Military personnel have to follow the orders of their superiors, and they often do not have a choice as to where they will live and work. So I thank all those, both US and Canadian, who have given up some of their freedoms, to help me keep mine! God bless you all!
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