This month started out with the number one box office hit of all times based upon a group of comic book super heroes. As the month draws closer to its end a group of real life super heroes will be honored. Sadly, the public will not turn out in such great numbers to this event.
From Sheffield to Youngsville to Tidioute, Sugar Grove to Warren there will be ceremonies held to honor these real life super heroes, American flags will be displayed at their final resting places, speeches will be given, flowers will be placed, and even a tear will be seen.
All of these ceremonies are rated "G" suitable for the whole family. So bring your children, your grandchildren, Tell them why a grateful nation decided to set aside a day to honor the memory of this one special group of people. Tell them about the real life super heroes who will be honored this day. Show them the stones that lie beneath those small American flags, tell them how these stones come together to form a strong foundation for the greatest nation on earth.
In less time than you would spend at the movie theater you can let these super heroes know that you care as much about them as they cared about you. Then take the rest of this day and all of your remaining days and live them to their fullest. Live them for the super heroes who gave up their tomorrows to insure that you and your family's tomorrows would be here for you to enjoy.
Who are these real life super heroes? They are the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice wearing the uniform of this nation's military.
Vietnam War Veteran