Sunday, May 25, 2014

Memorial Day 2014

Monday is Memorial Day here in the United States. To many, it means BBQ, drinking beer and having a good time. To me, it means to remember all those who have given their life to this country. Being a veteran myself, I feel that it is important to honor those who have given their lives for this country. Also, I statue anybody who has ever served this great country (All pics were taken at the San Francisco National Cemetery):

A U.S. Army bugle 

The Tomb of the Unknown Solider at San Francisco National Cemetery
One of 48 Medal of Honor winners buried at the San Francisco National Cemetery

Erected for members of USS Oregon (BB-3) who lost their lives during the Boxer Rebellion
This last one is hard as this headstone is my Dad. We had no relationship as from the time I was about four I did not see him until I was 26 and then maybe five or six times after that until he died. Even though, we had zero relationship I am still proud he served:


  1. Blessings to you and all of the Veterans.

  2. No BBQ, drinking and beer here.
    Just in memory of our families, heroes and the fallen.

    Thanks for sharing.

    1. You are welcome. It was a pleasure to share.

  3. hank you for your service to our country and to all those that have and are serving. My dad was in the II WW and didnt talk about it much. Mostly bad memories for him, with bayonets and all, made him very goosey.

    Thank you for stopping by this week, sorry I am late in getting over to visit. I appreciate that you stopped by.

    Have a great week!

    1. No problem, I am glad that you stopped by.

      Hope you have a great rest of the week.

  4. Thank you for your service!!! We were just talking to our kids about Memorial Day and what it really means, not exactly bbq's and parades. Thanks for sharing this at FTAF


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