“Finally, I wish to remember the millions of Allied servicemen and prisoners of war who lived the story of the Second World War. Many of these men never came home; many others returned bearing emotional and physical scars that would stay with them for the rest of their lives. I come away from this book with the deepest appreciation for what these men endured, and what they sacrificed, for the good of humanity.”- Laura Hillenbrand
Have you made any plans for Memorial Day this year yet? If you haven’t, consider throwing a cozy get-together at your apartments in San Jose. It’s a wonderful way to catch up with old friends and honor the freedoms that so many brave soldiers have sacrificed their lives for.
Many people get Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day confused, so here’s the distinction for you to know and educate those around you. Memorial Day honors those who have lost their lives in battle while Veteran’s Day honors those who have fought in battle and are still among us.
To get some ideas on how to creatively capture the spirit of your Memorial Day party, click here. And perhaps print out these real quotes to put on your walls to honor those who have lost their lives so that we could enjoy ours.