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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Holiday Bling!

pink baubles and wreaths display
All Photos By Gail

Thanksgiving is now behind us for another year (Hello, Black Friday!) so it is no longer “too soon” to post about Christmas stuff  — thank god! Because I’ve been holding onto these photos for weeks already.

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Wreaths Across America Hits the Road to Remember and Honor Our Veterans

wreaths across america graphic

In a year that, few will argue, has been unreasonably difficult for almost everyone, the holiday season offers us many opportunities to open our hearts, connect with others, and participate in something greater than ourselves. With that in mind, Wreaths Across America (WAA), a national non-profit organization that honors our military with a mission is to ‘Remember, Honor, and Teach,’ will continue this December with the placement of sponsored veterans’ wreaths at 2500 participating locations across America, most notably at Arlington National Cemetery. A highly-anticipated part of this annual event is the weeklong, miles-long parade of tractor trailers, wrapped vehicles carrying veterans and Gold Star Families, law enforcement and motorcycle riders, leading the escort of wreaths to Arlington for placement.

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