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First a quote: “Feeling gratitude, and not expressing it, is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”  — William Arthur Ward

Upon reflection, I’m often embarrassed about just how much I (and others) take for granted living in this great country.  While certainly a long way from perfect, and with countless problems and challenges still to be addressed, there is no other place I would rather call home.

I’m feeling deeply grateful on this Memorial Day weekend for so many things, and for so many people.  Certainly, at the top of the list are the countless heroes who have paid the ultimate price defending freedom and democracy for so many decades and for those still serving today, both at home and abroad.

I am also grateful for everyone on the front lines of the C-19 battle; the EMT’s, nurses, doctors, and public servants everywhere. Also, the grocery store workers, truck drivers and all other essential workers over the last several months. May all those people, and their families, feel loved and appreciated not only on this Memorial Day… but always.

I hope your holiday weekend is/was safe, wonderful and perhaps, a tad reflective in your own meaningful way.

Be your best self this week! Have a great week!

Bryan Yager

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Bonus Quotes:

  • “Each of the patriots whom we remember on this day was first a beloved son or duaghter, a brother or sister, or a spouse, friend, and neighbor.” – George H.W. Bush
  • “In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • “There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America.” – Bill Clinton
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Just think how the world would be different if each of us would spread three ideas:

  • Thanked our postal service person, garbage truck driver or our grocery clerks.
  • Called a nursing home and ask to visit with, or pray for, one of their residents.
  • Lit a candle in a front window in honor of this country’s medical professionals and first responders.
  • Cut the grass or offer to get groceries for an elderly neighbor.
  • Insert your ideas here and pass it on!

Each of us can do something, and each of us should try.

Be safe, be well, wash your hands and keep your distance.

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