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b2ap3_thumbnail_emb-551.jpgFor my inaugural article here at PaganSquare for the newly minted military section, I had a lot of ideas on which direction to take, but I couldn't quite decide where I wanted to set my focus. Some of you may be familiar with my writings on the Pagan Newswire Collective's Warriors and Kin in which I have been faithfully posting there each week for a little over three years. Sometimes, I ramble a bit (who am I kidding, I ramble a lot!), and sometimes I readily admit it's hard to come up with that hard-hitting journalism that seems to come naturally to so many other writers over at PNC and within the Pagan community as a whole. I call myself a hack, but I write from the heart, and I hope you enjoy what I offer.

So where did my mind wander for this article? Well, the last Monday in May is a national holiday – Memorial Day, which I found to quite apt. It is a holiday many Americans equate with the unofficial beginning of summer thanks to the rediscovered warm weather, complete with backyard barbecues. But it means something a whole lot more – an honoring, solemn day of remembrance for all those who have served and have passed.

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  • Trine
    Trine says #
    What a lovely first post, I'm glad to see you here. I've never been in the service, nor have any of my immediate family or friends
  • Lori Dake
    Lori Dake says #
    Thanks Trine, Feel free to share your POV anytime. Outside of visiting Canada and Mexico as a kid, I've never been out of the cou
  • Stephanie Rodriguez
    Stephanie Rodriguez says #
    Well put, Lori. While we should all be able to share and celebrate our differences, the ultimate goal of equality is for them to b
  • Lori Dake
    Lori Dake says #
    Thank you, Stephanie! It's like I said, I have no problem whatsoever with getting your grill on, but it would be nice if more peop

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