Memorial Day Traditions

flag On Monday we celebrate Memorial Day and honor the veterans who have protected the freedoms of all Americans.  I will be taking our kids to Armstrong Chapel for their 136th celebration of those residents of our community who fought in any war dating back as far as the War of 1812.  It is a great ceremony and wonderful way for my children to understand or at least hear the stories and see the families who live right around us whose lives were changed forever to protect us.  I always leave there wanting to belt out Lee Greenwood’s, Proud to Be An American  and more importantly I hope that I’m instilling that feeling in my 10 and 13 year old as well. Take this weekend to honor those who have served and reflect on your own personal passions and pride.   If you aren’t feeling strongly about where they lie and relocating could help we can pave the way for you to live where you have the greatest sense of personal pride and fulfillment.

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