Fourth of July.
The day the Declaration of Independence
was adopted by the Continental Congress in 1776.
Today and every day, I want to thank all sons and daughters,
brothers and sisters, fathers and mothers,
grandfathers and grandmothers, great-grandparents,
great-great-grandparents who served
and are still serving in our military.
Today we celebrate your courage and determination.
We are a grateful nation.
So sorry to hear that she is gone…but elated she is not forgotten.
Angela Bowen (82) died in July 2018.
Thanks for your service…but that’s not enough.
Thank you for your bravery…your courage…your integrity…your honesty…your commitment…your family. Your stamina…your strength…your sacrifice…your heart…your soul…and your life.
Col. Lloyd “Doc” Godfrey, U.S. Army and former Tuskee Airman
You have my deepest appreciation and my love.
Thank you again!
~ Apt-2-Art ~
Well, it’s that time of year again. You know, that time we spend running around setting our watches, microwaves, clocks in our cars and all other timepieces one hour earlier. The reason for this – Daylight Saving Time has come to an end. Yeah! We can fall back in beds and snooze for a little while longer.
So remember to turn your clocks back one hour this Sunday and enjoy the extra snooze.