On this Memorial Day weekend, let us remember all who gave their lives for our freedoms!
They deserve all our respect and gratitude.
Gone but briefly not forgotten.
Cleaning up the memorials. That’s how it started.
Thank you for a great strip today
Some days these kids get it right. #Thanks!
Rodney you’re a class act! Thank you, HEROES, who gave the ultimate price for their country, Thank you, for your service.
Rodney has his priorities straight.
My Grandpa fought in WW 1 and is interred in Arlington. Grandma is there with him now. A great experience to visit Arlington.
Commendable, especially since it’s Rodney doing this.
Memorial Day. I am on vacation – stopped by a tiny cemetery yesterday when I saw flags fluttering on many graves. Cars were slowly driving in. People were out paying respects. I was very moved and added my gratitude to theirs. I’m in SE Idaho.
Many thanks, Parker and Hart.
We should remember those who gave some and those who gave everything EVERY day and not just on Memorial Day and Veterans Day. God Bless, and God rest your souls.
Very nice. Kudos.
Our local Legion cenotaph (branch long since gone) sits on village property beside the senior center. Every one here passes the buck on upkeep. So I guess I have to go back with a chain saw and a hose.
I love this. God bless our military and those who so selflessly gave their lives so I may live in freedom and peace. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
To those that do – your hard work is very much appreciated – thank you
They were all in and they were all together and they truly understand the cost.
A cemetery I pass most days has a section for veterans. The whole cemetery has been cleaned and mowed. And the flags places with care. Always remember.
Very nice. Thanks, Parker and Hart.
Wow, well done gentlemen, thank you. And special thanks to those paid the ultimate price for us.
“They gave up all of their tomorrows so that we could enjoy today.”
Who’s a good boy!
Mastroianni and Hart