Remembering Pearl Harbor
Never forget the actions, reactions and lives lost on this day. An older post brought forward.
There is more to life than just farming, just agriculture and what we do. There are ties that bind all of us, from food to conversation with friends to events like that which happened seven decades ago and united Americans. There’s little we can say today that is more important than remembering those lives lost that day – the fathers, mothers, and those who had not yet had a chance to get married and have a family. They were sons and daughters, brothers, sisters, cousins. They had families and faced horrific events preserved in images. There are fewer survivors each year, and we must preserve and cherish the memories of those remaining.