Memorial Day is this month, and it comes every year with many people asking what I’ll be doing. How I’ll be honoring a day that my husband fought and died to be recognized as a part of.
I guess in a way these days (Veteran’s and Memorial Day) are not so much different then yesterday or the day before, as they’re days that I daily am reminded of with Michael’s absence … with his uniforms that hang lifeless in the closet … with the flag displayed on the shelf. But it’s a day brought to the attention to those outside of my realm, and so a day that I am able to talk about him a bit more and know he’s being remembered.
So my answer for what I will do this month is: Remember his strength and courage. Remember the love that was shown to him and that he showed others gave him the ability to sacrifice his all … Continue Reading