To me, Veterans Day means gratitude, freedom, honor and respect.
It means memories for the brave and the loss and the thankful for what past and present soldiers are fighting for. They want to make a change in this world because they found something wrong that many people would try or want to help with.
It was a choice that they wanted to make a change and all citizens of the United States of America should be grateful that they did. It turned our country in what it is today.
Writing this is the least I can do for my uncles, cousins, my aunt and all other past and present veterans. I mean this to say thank you for staying strong when we were not.
Thank you for freeing us and protecting us overall. We all thank you.
Washington Elementary School