The Memory of a Patriotic Man – American in Korea

I saw this yesterday –

Tomorrow is Memorial Day in America. It is a time that we remember those who have fallen in battle for our country. I saw a sign where there would a be special memorial service at the grave yard tomorrow to honor all those who had fallen. These men gave their lives for America. My dad was a career military man, and his top priority was always America. He said America was his first wife and my mom was his second. He trained me to stand in respect if they played the national anthem. He spent his life in service of his country. He is not one who was killed, but I always knew he could have been. He had a big scar on his forehead, bigger than Frankenstein’s scar, and it was a reminder of what happened to him.

The Memory of a Patriotic Man

This was posted yesterday.

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