Happy Memorial Day! It’s especially happy for those of you who have a vacation day. My husband, my father, my two brothers, and a niece were in the service. My younger brother was the only one who remained in the service for twenty years. He met his wife in Thailand, so being in the Army was a good thing for him. 🙂
Yesterday, my husband and I were at a flea market. Since we plan on moving to a smaller home within the year, all we bought was kettle corn. (And it was delicious!) My husband was wearing his dog tags, which he does every Memorial Day. Someone noticed and thanked him for his service. My husband looked uncomfortable. I think that was the first time he was thanked. More important to him than gratitude would be that the government takes care of the veterans – mentally and emotionally as well as physically. And do it in a timely manner. This is a blog about searching for happiness, and that would bring happiness to a lot of veterans and their families.
Like Forest Gump says, “That’s all I have to say about that.”
Right now, my husband and I live in southeastern Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Art Museum is beautiful, with wings that open on top of an extension, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Every June, the Museum hosts a three-day art festival, and they let veterans come in free. Gotta say, we like that, too.
Today is my blog day at Magical Musings. I’m talking about Love For All Ages. It’s not a promo blog, though I do mention that a book which will be out later this summer has an older hero and heroine than the usual. Hop over and read it, and let me know what you think.
I hope you’re having a great weekend. The weather is perfect by us today, though we have no plans. What have you done this weekend that made you happy?