It’s easy to go about our everyday lives and forget. We run kids to T-Ball practice. We go to work. We make dinner. In essence, we’re busy. But on this Memorial Day, I hope everyone takes a moment to pause and thank the veterans of our country. I can only imagine what goes through the head of a soldier during a time of war. Sitting in foxhole, trying to stay warm, did they think, “If only I could be home. I would play ball with my son. I would be grateful for my job. I would hug my wife and kids.” You know, normal things. And because they bravely fought, I can do those normal things today. Thank you, veterans. It’s not enough, I know, but I want you to know that we appreciate your sacrifice. God bless.