Libertarian and Conservative Political Commentary By Ordinary, Everyday People for Ordinary, Everyday People
Our illustrious president remembered Memorial Day–before television cameras, he placed a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, stood in front of TelePrompter for a few minutes, and then went to play golf.
All weekend I was drawn to this site at AR, and most of the weekend I fought off tears at what Jeff , Rick, and many commenters shared. Today a friend reminded me that Memorial Day isn’t just about the deceased military; it is also about family, friends, and even high school classmates who have gone on before us.
Jackie Mason hit the nail on the head, though, when he said that every day should be Memorial Day, to remember our heroes and loved ones.
The trouble with growing old is that the list of those to remember grows longer while memory retention grows shorter for many of us. And, for those who have good memories, it makes us realize just how empty up here the tree has become.
I really miss a lot of folks, and Jeff and Rick really helped us all, I think.
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