Sunday, May 29, 2011

Time to Remember : Memorial Day

aerial view of Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery
Final Resting Place for
Many Americans Who Served

Memorial Day

Memorial Day honors service members who died in service to their country or as a result of injuries incurred during battle.  How may you celebrate?

Here are some ideas:
  • visit cemeteries and war memorials and place flags or flowers
  • attend Memorial Day parades or your local VFW hall
  • fly the US flag at half-staff until noon
  • add the POW/MIA flag to your flagpole
  • submit a eulogy
  • view the National Memorial Day Concert
  • talk to your children about a friend or family member who died so that we may live in freedom.
  • observe a moment of silence at 3 PM


amandeep singh said...

we have to remember the sacrifice of out great peoples who shows a confidence to be on death side just to save way to remember them is just follow the way whatever the shows to you.

vikram acharya said...

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Jillian said...

Great Read!

Anne Wayman said...

Good ideas... and I wonder if we can ever let war go? All those crosses... we are an endangered species I think.

Greenearth said...

What an incredible photo.

Good to hear from you and yes I am well and enjoying life.

Hope all is well with you as well.

Professional Web Design said...

every human being wanted a peaceful life, but due to some devilish people and their acts its not possible. Hats of to the son of soil who sacrificed their life to save their country.

Rana Furqan Ali said...

Hats off dude..!!
this is really amazing and cool art

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