Memorial Day is this coming Monday.
While it's usually a time for picnics, barbecues, family gatherings, and the Indy 500, it's original purpose is a bit more solemn; to commemorate those who have died in military service.
Without getting into politics, I suggest a return to Memorial Day's original purpose is more timely than ever.
If you can spare a moment, swing by the gratitude campaign. Doesn't cost anything to say "thanks" and those of us who served appreciate it.
Just remember those who aren't here.