remember.

Remembrance Day doesn’t just occur on the 11th of November. I have the privilege and great honor to be in a position where I work along side these beautiful men and women all the time. Everyday is a day to remember and give thanks. Not all of my residents served on the front lines , but most of which were a great part of both wars during their life. It effected them in very profound ways, ways that we today have no ability to comprehend what so ever.

That being said, please take a minute to pause and reflect on what a beautiful life you have thanks to these brave souls who gave their life so that we could live ours.

Lest we forget.

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