May 2013

Remembering Veterans on Memorial Day

​Memorial Day is the day set aside to honor America’s war dead. It was originally called “Decoration Day” in 1868 for the purpose of decorating the graves of Civil War veterans. Within twenty years, it was changed to Memorial Day in which all war dead are commemorated. It became a federal holiday in 1971. Some folks confuse Memorial Day with Veterans Day which is always November 11 and honors all veterans both living and deceased.
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May 26 2013

Everybody Has a “What if”

Everyone has a “what if.”  What if I drove instead of him?  What if  I didn’t put her in the nursing home? What if we went with the feeding tube? What if I told her how much I loved and needed her? What if?  What then?
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May 16 2013

Categories: Grief and Loss Diane Snyder-Cowan 

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