Archive for July 3rd, 2020

One of the most emotion-evoking photos I’ve ever seen. The photo below was taken at the National Cemetery in Minneapolis on a June morning as it appeared in the Minneapolis Star/Tribune. It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. This photo proves it.

It says everything without a single word.

This should become an official Memorial Day, 4th of July and/or Veterans Day remembrance photo;

“Our Nations symbol standing guard, over those who gave their lives guarding our Nation”.
Marine Corps motto “Semper Fidelis”  (Always Faithful)… seems fitting!

photo by Frank Glick-MSP

This lone bald eagle seems to say “Many may have forgotten you; but I never will”.

In these challenging times “good” will overcome “hate” and as “history” is our legacy which “is, is”, how we go forward together as a nation and people will determine our future.

Always remember, – “Freedom is not FREE”.  May God Bless and Protect those who Serve, have erved and will Serve in defense of our Freedom.

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