Saturday, May 25, 2013
EVERYONE KNEW WHO WAS RUNNING THE SHOW…nothings changed.
Memorial Day is a tradition which has it's roots in the South beginning even as the war was still raging. Celebrations were organized and orators chosen by the ladies memorial associations delivered prayers and evocative speeches. Even though women selected men to serve as the featured guests and speakers, everyone understood that the Ladies ran the show—they selected the date, chose the orators, invited groups to participate in the procession, and even picked the musical selections.
FOREVER GRATEFUL TO OUR SOUTHERN LADIES...always faithful.