What? Didn't I say I'd begin Holiday posts next? . .Well, yes, I did. . .but I decided I had one more I wanted to share first. . .once I realized that tomorrow is Veteran's Day. . .for we should all be thankful and blessed to have a country such as this. . .and to those who defend it to keep it free. . .
My Dad was a World War II Veteran. . .He returned from the War with a deeper understanding of what freedoms we so often take for granted. . .And, he instilled in us that same pride in our Nation and never let us forget how blessed we were. . .in so many ways. . .
|Yeoman First Class Curtis C. Duncan, 1945|
He flew the flag proudly. . .365 days a year. . .
He loved God and Country. . .and felt it his duty to defend both. . .
and he wasn't alone. . .he isn't alone. . .
So. . .to all our Veterans. . .I'd like to say. . .
This is still the Greatest Nation in the World. . .
Thank you for keeping it safe. . .