Memorial Day

If you had the day off today, I certainly hope you took time to say a prayer for a soldier who worked today protecting your freedom to enjoy your day off. If you worked today, I hope you also took time to pray for a soldier who worked today protecting your freedom to work.

If you have never witnessed The Changing of The Guards at Arlington National Cemetery, please take a moment to do so now.

This is a photo of my Great Uncle Earnest Pearson. He died December 15, 1918 while serving as Private in Company I, 360th Infantry stationed in France during World War I.

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This is a photo of my dad taken on Feb 28th, 1944. He served in the Headquarters, 42nd Service Group, Army Air Corps.

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I was young, newly married and on November 27th, 1967, took the oath to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

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As this Memorial Day weekend draws to a close let us give thanks to all veterans.

 Thanks for stopping by.

2 responses to “Memorial Day

  1. Great post and thank you for serving.

  2. Sadly, and much to my chagrin, I had enough things on my mind and a problem with the computer to completely forget about posting on my own blog about Memorial Day.If I remember correctly, my grandfather served during WWI but didn't get to Europe before the war ended.WWII saw several of my uncles serving in the Navy. Boy, did they razz me when I joined the Army in the '60's.I will add my thanks to you, Jerry, for your service.

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