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happy Veteran's Day

Thursday,  11/11/10  11:11 AM

Veteran's Day 2010Happy Veteran's Day!  It is our annual chance to recognize and honor those who put their lives on the line to defend our way of life.

Today will be amazing, but I'm not sure exactly what will happen yet...  it is an anniversary of sorts for me, and I am celebrating.  The past year has been a voyage of discovery and I am definitely Midway to somewhere new, even if I'm not sure where yet :)

Going back to Veteran's Day, I'm just happy to live in such a wonderful country and have such a wonderful life, that worrying about such things is my biggest problem.  The liberty to be whomever you want, that is true freedom.  Use it!  (And in so doing, thank all those who made it so :)

Cheers and have a great day!

 
 

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