Category Archives: Memorial Day

One More Memorial Day

To One More Memorial Day One More Year One More Memorial Day One More Dying One More Mourning One More Grave One More Gravestone One More Skirmish One More Remembering One Less War One Less Dying One Less Battle One … Continue reading

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Watching Indy And Alberto

Welcome to my Memorial Day Weekend. I had the good fortune of acquiring a 4-day-off-from-work weekend with Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Memorial Day off from my normal 9-6 day-gig. As is my custom on this particular holiday weekend, I spent … Continue reading

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Reflections On Memorial Day 2016

My Dad served in the Civilian Conservation Corps; the United States Army Air Corps, and the United States Air Force. A few years after that retirement, he worked in the U.S. Civil Service and gained a second retirement. His career … Continue reading

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“Sunday Thoughts”

“‘Why do you fly the flag today?’ My Grandson wants to know. I fly it for the graveyards Where the countless crosses grow. I fly the flag for children Whose fathers are a name. A half-remembered memory of a face … Continue reading

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