Clay Aiken Honors Americans Who Gave Their Lives!

In the United States, Memorial Day is on the last Monday
in May and honors Americans who gave their lives

for their country in wars.

Memorial Day National Moment of Remembrance at 3PM.
“On Monday May 27th, 2013, pause at 3:00pm local time for a minute of
respectful silence for those who have died in the service of our
nation. Simply pause for the Moment – It can be a simple gesture, such as placing your hand over your heart, bowing your head, or offering a prayer,and promising to live a good life in honor of those who gave their lives for our freedom. It puts your remembrance into action.”

The first nationwide Memorial Day Parade was held on May 30, 1868 by a group of Civil war Union Army Vets. Why they chose May 30, no one knows.

Although this holiday is celebrated with barbeques, trips to the beach, and other recreation, it is important to remember the history of the day and the men and women who have given their lives for our great country.

What are your plans for this Memorial Day? Are you going to a parade or are you staying at home? Maybe you are cleaning up the grill for an old fashioned Memorial Day Picnic.

Whatever your plans may be, have a safe and memorable Day. And don’t forget to support Clay Aiken in whatever way you can. He’s a pretty remarkable young man and this holiday week-end is a good time to show him and the music world that he is loved.

The following is from the Huffington Post

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8 thoughts on “Clay Aiken Honors Americans Who Gave Their Lives!

  1. Hey musicfan, I’ll be spending my Memorial weekend at work. I wonder what Clay is doing this weekend? Hope we get some spottings!!

  2. Hey musicfan! I will be working this weekend! I wonder what Clay will be doing? Hope we get some spottings!

  3. Happy Memorial Day to everyone. Have a safe and happy weekend. Thank you to all the servicemen and women who gave so much for our freedom. We remember you!

  4. Happy Memorial Day to all and God Bless all the soldiers who served! Love that song and love you Brett and clay!! Thanks xox.

  5. I'll be spending Memorial Day with my 2 sons, daughter-in-law and grandkids. My husband served in the Navy in WWII. H-hour, D-day, first wave. He taught our boys all about that war and now my grandson (age 10) is aware of what our young men fought for at that time. Proud to be an American!

  6. happy memoral day lets take time rto remember those who faught and service men and the service woman who gave us so much for our freedum and i wanto remember my father who was in the corean war

  7. Our Memorial Day celebration always includes watching the PBS concert. This years show was wonderful. Also today we listened to patriotic music. So my family remembers the true reason for the holiday.

  8. I spent the day with family and also remembering all of the brave souls who gave their all for our
    freedom. God bless them and may He continue to bless our country.

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