Memorial Day is one day out of 365 that we take the time to memorialize those soldiers that made the supreme sacrifice to ensure our freedoms.  It doesn't matter whether this person was in the Revolutionary War or in the Iraq War, these brave men suffered the raining of bullets, inclement weather, homesickness, hostility even from their own Country they are defending just doing their part to make our great Country enjoy the freedoms we now have and continue to have.  War is ugly, evil and not something we want to do, but must in order to be free or to protect our homeland.  Sometimes we forget and take for granted for all the wonderful privileges we enjoy.

Clyde Everett May, Jr.



Tabitha said...

Thank you for sharing Delia. You are a gem for puting them all up. Thank God I am not on that list.