Tag Archives: Memorial Day

Heaven’s Wounded Warrior ~ A Different Kind of Memorial

Living in a country where memorials of one kind or another dot the landscape can make dealing with a holiday like Memorial Day a bit challenging. Reminders of sacrifices made and the cost of victories won are everywhere, but as … Continue reading

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A Living Memorial – Or Just Another Pile of Rocks?

No summer day, not even Virginia’s notorious ‘dog days’ of August, ever intimidated my grandpa into wearing a short-sleeved shirt. Long-sleeved shirts were as much a trademark as his hat and that little half-smile he held in reserve for those … Continue reading

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Rocks Make Lousy News Anchors

When it came to his wardrobe, my grandpa was not easily manipulated, and not one to be dictated to by anything as unstable as a thermometer.  No summer day, not even Virginia’s notorious ‘dog days’ of August, ever intimidated him … Continue reading

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