I went downtown to watch the Veterans Day Parade, what an Honor to witness so many Brave Men and Women who have given so much for this Great country!!!!!
Thank you to all the Veterans who I know who have served. My Dad, Father-in-law, Uncles, Brother-in-laws, Cousins, nephew and lots of friends and for that I am Proud of YOU!!!!!
This float also had a few parents on board who have lost their son/daughter, see the lady in the red sweater holding that folded flag, when she went past, I whispered to her God BLess you and then I cried, her son's photo was attached to the side of the trailer. War is never easy and I cannot even understand their pain, as I have not walked in their shoes, but I do know I don't think I could recover ever if I lost one of my children. As we all know Freedom is NOT free it comes at a HIGH Cost, but I think all of our Vets would say it is worth the cost, so the enemy doesn't come here and kill us all.
Pearl Harbor survivors, I saw on Fox News, New York Cities Veterans day parade had 13 Pearl harbor survivors and they estimate their are about 125 still alive.
What's a parade without a band!!!!
My son goes to Law school and Law school does not get Veterans day off I guess!!!!So since I was near his school I decided to take him out for lunch, to Macayo's!!!!!