To Our Veterans
Soldiers don’t declare war.
They don’t set policy.
They aren’t always set on a righteous path.
They show up when they are called, they do the job, and if they are lucky enough to come home, they carry the baggage with them for the rest of their lives.
Whether my daddy setting fire to the jungle, my wife training men who wouldn’t listen, or my great uncle who jumped in a garbage pit and brought home a catholic idol instead of his baby brother, we owe them, all of them, all of us, every day.
That is all.