Memorial Day Weekend Calendar 2015 to 2025 {Printable}

Hello friends. Here is a great Memorial Day Weekend Calendar 2015 2016 till 2025 for you to download or print on the special day.

“Memorial Day Weekend Calendar 2015 to 2025 {Printable}” Let us raise our hands and hearts for all the great men who lost their lives serving us. This is a small tribute we pay them for their kind hearts and showers of blessings for the families they left here on earth for us to show respect.

Memorial Day Weekend Calendar 2015 2016 till 2025

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Honor Our Military

Let’s honor our military,
The men and women who serve,
Whose dedication to our country
Does not falter, halt or swerve.

Let’s respect them for their courage;
They’re ready to do what’s right
To keep America safe,
So we can sleep better at night.

Let’s support and defend our soldiers,
Whose hardships are brutal and cruel,
Whose discipline we can’t imagine,
Who follow each order and rule.

Here’s to those who choose to be warriors
And their helpers good and true;
They’re fighting for American values;
They’re fighting for me and you.

By Joanna Fuchs
The Tyrants

The tyrants are on the loose again;
They hate all but their own.
They give their lives to kill us,
To scatter our blood and bone.

They care not whom they murder,
Whether woman, man or child;
Their minds are full of fury;
Their sickness has gone wild.

To rule the world with violence
Is their one and only goal;
Terror is their method;
They want complete control.

We’ve seen it all before,
And we could not let it be;
We gave our lives for freedom,
For the world, and for you and me.

We fight all forms of oppression,
Helping victims far and near,
To keep the world from chaos,
To protect what we hold dear.

America’s the only country
That gives with its whole heart,
And asks so very little;
We always do our part.

So let’s unite again
To subdue our newest foe,
Whatever we must do,
Wherever we must go.

Let’s show the world once more
That America is blessed
With people who are heroes,
Who meet each and every test.

By Joanna Fuchs

So what will you do on Memorial Day?
Maybe go to the mall….if your wife has her way?
Maybe fill up the pool, so the kids get a thrill,
Or spend the day cooking on your barbecue grill.
You could go to a ballgame, or take in a movie,
How about sneaking a nap? Now that really sounds groovy.
Do whatever you want. It’s OK, don’t you see?
It’s OK, cause this country is the land of the free.
Thanks to long-ago courage at the twilight’s last gleaming,
It’s OK that you’re spending your weekend daydreaming.
It was barefooted soldiers in the Valley Forge snow,
That gave you the freedom to choose where you’d go.
If Adams and Jefferson had not heard their calls,
Do you think you’d have ballgames, or movies, or malls?
If so many brave soldiers had not made their choices,
Could you still go to Fenway and hear those fan voices?
And if no one had showed up to take Omaha Beach,
Would your old family Bible still be within reach?
Can you still see those firemen running toward the Twin Towers?
And their widows left only with memories and flowers?
See, for most of us sadly, each Memorial Day,
Is just time to party, not remember and pray
Prayers of thanks to those patriots who came long before us,
And who sing to us now from their Heavenly chorus.
It’s because of some choices THEY made centuries past,
That our country’s still great and our freedoms still last.
So perhaps at the beach, you’ll take time to remember,
A place called Pearl Harbor, on an ancient December,
Or you might take a moment when the ballgame is done,
To think of the courage it took at Bull Run.
See WHATEVER you do, it could never repay,
What so many have chosen on some long ago day.
When their service was needed, they gave their full measures,
To give you the freedom to choose your own pleasures.
So this year make time for a brief Holiday spot,
To thank those who gave YOU all the freedoms you’ve got.
So what will YOU do on Memorial Day?
I think I’LL take time to give thanks and to pray.

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