This is the perfect day to write. Kids are grown up–one’s in DC celebrating with friends, the other’s an Army boy in Kuwait with the Signal Corps. Holidays aren’t the same when kids aren’t the engine that drives them. Today, my husband and I are relaxing, bbqing steaks when it cools off and watching a …
I’m out back, by the grilling, turning hamburgers, corn, and whatever else can be grilled. Can you smell it? Yum! I’m taking the day to honor our soldiers. Without their sacrifice, where would we be?
It’s America’s birthday and I’m celebrating. What I write today will be… anything I want–gibberish, a short story, guest articles on crazy topics. I have no idea. My son’s in Kuwait protecting America’s distant shores. My daughter’s in San Diego preparing her LPD for some future battle. I’m here, thanking both of them and every …
I’m taking the day to honor our soldiers. Without their sacrifice, where would we be?
Whatever the reason, they are the reason we are American. We speak our minds, practice our religion, go to school, pick our jobs. We live free. We think it’s our right. It is, thanks to thousands of American soldiers who protect our rights.
If you are writing about patriotism, nothing says it better than country music. In honor of our veterans, here’s a sampling:
A Tribute to the An American Soldier
What’s the national language of America? Think about this one.
The MIT Guy takes way too long to get to his point, but it’s worth the investment of time: Fun, isn’t it?