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What Today Means
« on: May 31, 2010, 02:11:57 PM »
Hi All,

I hope I'm not hijacking this topic but I thought it would be fitting in the FPH column. Today is Memorial Day- if memory serves me, formerly Decoration Day. It was a day to tidy up our fallen heroes' final resting places and reflect what their final full measure really means to us. It was a day of respect and we hohored our fallen. This day, incidentally, (yes if memory still serves me) was started during- or right after- the War Between The States (the Civil War) when Southern ladies would go to their respective cemeteries and clip the grass, pull weeds, and otherwise respectfully neaten up their late loved ones' graves.

If I am mistaken about this please correct me, as I'm flying on memory alone.

I want us now to honor and remember what our military heroes have sacrificed so that we can live in a country without tyrrany and opression. If you have lost a loved one please remember them and honor their gift to America. If you have a loved one still serving please tell them how much they mean to you and thank them for their contribution for a free U.S.A. 

And remember... as Billy Ray Cyrus sang, "All gave some, but some gave all."
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Re: What Today Means
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2010, 11:39:58 PM »

This year, in observance of Memorial Day, our church did something special.  After many months of research, a committee managed to compile a history of every departed member of our church who served in the military, dating all the way back to the Civil War.  Of course the list included a couple of my uncles and my Dad.  It was very touching and interesting.  Our church is an old one, and there are core families that date back to its very beginnings.  It was interesting to note the family names of those Civil War and WW1 soldiers were the same as some of today's members. 

Dwayne :smile:
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