Today is Memorial Day here in the United States of America. It is a day to remember all those who have gone before us. I think there is a particular focus on members of our Armed Forces who have given their time, talent, bodies, families, health and lives to the defense of our country and the world.
Brave men and women everywhere have taken up the cause ever since the Revolutionary War and I am grateful for their sacrifice. Part of the Armed Forces is the National Guard. Just as the deployed, active duty troops have been busy so has the National Guard. They have been helping and assisting people within the United States in times of disasters.
As many of us recall we have had tornadoes, massive flooding, severe snow storms and soon hurricanes will be coming. I personally have just learned that farm land in Idaho is flooded from the Snake River with only more flooding expected from the massive amounts of snow still left to run off. This means wheat, barley, and potatoes all will be effect by too much water and erosion. Those poor farmers.
The say thing has happened all up and down the Mississippi River even to families who aren't farmers. Tornadoes have ripped up homes and lives all across the south and Midwest. Many lives are being effected.
This memorial day remember and honor your ancestors and what they have done for you. Remember and honor the active duty and deployed troops for what they are doing today. Remember and honor the National Guard who comes to give in service every time there is a need. They are swift and efficient and a tremendous help to the communities they serve in.
This memorial try to not only remember and honor but also contribute. Contribute with giving time, effort, support, donations to those who need it all over the United States.
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