The kids are off from school today for Veteran's Day. The kids wishes that they could spend their day off with the Veteran himself but Daddy has to go to work. The company doesn't give the Veterans a day off during Veteran's day. It's sad to think that not many gives a special recognition to Veterans who have spent their lives working away from their families just to protect the country and give us our freedom.
Anyway, the kids made some special things for their Dad and Pap. I will let the photos talk.
|Rye Bread's short article|
|EJ's article |
Cards they made.
Happy Veteran's Day to all those who served and protected us including the heroes in our family, late Uncle Paul (Dad's brother who fought, died, and was buried in Normandy France). Him and Dad both served in WW2 and another brother, late Uncle Blair (was sent home after Paul died). Dad spent most of his Army days in Asian countries just like what my husband did for 20 years in the Navy.
To all the Veterans, thank you so much for your services!
it stinks when there are companies who never give a darn..about Veterans, whey should give your husband a day off and just gives respect. oh well. glad you guys still have a great one...ReplyDelete
Wow! third generation, that's is awesome, sis. Your kids are sweet, thos articles and cards are music in the ear.ReplyDelete
so sweet of your kids .. These kids know how to value what US veterans have done for their country.ReplyDelete
Happy Veterans to your boys Sis R :-) I bet you are proud surrounded with Veterans. The Burritos are so creative.ReplyDelete
Veteran's Day in the US is devoted to the soldiers who fought for their country. Because they are remembered on this day, they deserve not only a treat but a day off, too, from work so that they can celebrate this day with their families. Belated Happy Veteran's Day to all the veteran soldiers in your family.ReplyDelete
That's awesome and so sweet of your kids to do that. :) Don't you just love it when people show their appreciation to Veterans? heheReplyDelete