Memorial Day 2015

They fought for our precious Freedom of Speech..
Yet we get scared and stay Silent.

They fought for our precious Constitution..
while most of own children haven’t a clue about it.

They fought and died to offer us Freedom of the Press…
as our very own media aids and abets our sworn enemies.

They fought to offer us a government which serves the people…while our fellow citizens vote for a terrorist enabler, Dictator wanna be.

I apologize to the memory of all the soldiers and their sacrifices……

I promise I will
never give up the good fight.

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
love leaves a memory no one can steal.

Bless them and bless you all Sweet Friends.

Thank you for your service and may God bless you George.
You are not forgotten.

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If you are ashamed to stand by your colors, you had better seek another flag.

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While we still have some freedom left, spend time with your precious loved ones my friends and fire up that grill!

Here’s my plans~! woot!

I barbecue, therefore I am.
What are your plans my friends?

8 Responses to “Memorial Day 2015”

  1. Comedy Plus says:

    Bless all those that have given their lives to defend our freedoms.

    Your food always looks amazing.

    Have a terrific day and weekend my friend. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

  2. -FJ says:

    My plans? Some Pho with a retired veteran buddy of mine on Sunday. And then some grilling on Monday (but nothing fancy like in your pictures). Just good old “burnt meat’. ;)

  3. Jerry (DaBlade) says:

    Wow. Well stated as usual Angel. God Bless our patriot heroes. And WHAT is that creamed corn concoction? I simply MUST have that. :) Have a great weekend my friend!

  4. ron says:

    JELLOOOOOOOW! Yummy.

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  6. Adrienne says:

    Perfectly stated, Angel. Have a wonderful Memorial Day.

    I’m not sure exactly what that is in the first photo (with the cream gravy with corn), but I WANT some!!

  7. Mustang says:

    My plans are simple enough; spend the day with my family, counting our blessings, and remembering friends who died far too young … in the service of their country. In prayer, I ask for God’s continued blessings on this country and for a miracle transforming the numb skulls into productive (and proud) Americans. I ask that our warriors have not died in vain.

  8. Always On Watch says:

    Yesterday, we were treated to the sounds and the sights of Rolling Thunder from early morning until late at night. One of the benefits of our living on a major artery!

    God bless those who have perished in the service of our nation. And God bless their families.