Monday, May 26, 2008

Memorial Day observance at Floral Haven



Today we went to Floral Haven Cemetery in Tulsa to see the Changing of the Guard and all of the flags that were displayed. It was really neat to see and it serves as a good reminder to us of how blessed we are in America and how proud we should be of all the brave soldiers who have fought for our Freedom.

3 comments:

Leslie said...

That is so cool! I forgot that was there today. I remember seeing it when I was little at DC - very moving to watch. Caleb and I studied it this year to learn all the little symbolisms so it would have been cool to go see it.

greg&shara said...

Hi, my name is Shara; I stumbled across your blog and I couldn't help but comment on this post........how beautiful and patriotic! We are serving in the AF and live in South Korea. This post gave me even more pride in being an American and reminded me of how GOOD the USA is!! Can't wait to get back :) God bless you and your precious family!

ArmyLesbian said...

Hi, my name is TerriAnne, and I stumbled across your blog insearch of more photos of Floral Haven. I work for NorthStar Memorial Group, in Houston, Texas and we own Floral Haven. We were blessed with purchasing it last year from a wonderful couple who started this magnificant cemetery.

I am currently working on our next company newsletter and love to see how those outside of our organization sees our locations.

I just wanted to say thank you for sharing in what we see as the best Memorial ceremony in the United States.

May you be blessed with His love...