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.


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


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!

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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.