mARTha’s photography #21

Ever since I was fifteen I’ve gone to the annual Memorial Day parade in town. It’s nothing spectacular. Just your average small town parade with a band, antique cars (the mayor rides in a bright red one), kids on bikes and the old war veterans walking, slowly now, but very proudly  down Main Street.  There’s something about this holiday that binds our community. Maybe it’s that for one day out of the year, we collectively leave our homes, stand should-to-shoulder with our neighbors and reflect on the sacrifices…and the blessings we have in this great nation.

(Photos- Martha B.)

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