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DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER…..

We live in the greatest country on Earth because of the citizens that inhabit this land.  Those who with no thought of self, gave for the country they loved.  Let’s honor them.  You may ask, “How best do I honor those who sacrificed for this great land?”  You and I can honor them by committing to memory the price they paid and also by renewing our own allegiance to the United States.  GOD BLESS AMERICA!

 

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IT AIN’T OVER-IT’S JUST BEGINNING!

FUNNY HOW THE OLDER A PERSON GETS, HE OR SHE MAY THINK  “WELL, I MISSED THAT OPPORTUNITY WHEN I WAS YOUNG. IT’S OVER”.  NOT SO FAST.   READ HOW MANY OLDER PEOPLE TOOK ON THE CHALLENGES OF THEIR LIVES!

Harlan Sanders, the Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame, was 66 when he began to promote his style of cooking and create an empire

Ricardo Montalban had his dream house built at the age of 68. That was when he was finally financially able to do so and he went full-speed ahead with it.

Stan Lee, creator of Spider-Man, was 43 when he began drawing his legendary superheroes and his partner Jack Kirby was 44 when he created The Fantastic Four.

Mary Wesley was 71 when her first novel was published. Talk about not giving up!

DON’T EVER GIVE UP!

Online Reference:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kristen-houghton/dreams-have-no-age-limit_b_525358.html