Have a ______ Memorial Day

I’m taking a day off from blogging since it’s a holiday here in the U.S. and I really need to re-arrange the studio this morning.

I should just say “Happy Memorial Day” and be done with it, but that sounds disrespectful considering the purpose of the holiday, so you’ll have to substitute your own adjective.

See you tomorrow.

Discussion (3)¬

  1. Many words would fit in your wish to have a nice day, but when it is Memorial Day, I can only think of hope. Hope that what those veterans did lasted more than a few years, and hope that someday the need for what they did will no longer tug at our world. So…

    Have a Hopeful Memorial Day!

    I have found you through a talk you gave on TED which I saw as part of an online class in Computer Concepts and Applications. So whether you like it or not, this 77-year-old white-headed woman loves you. Thank you.

  2. Jeff says:

    A day late but how about:
    have a memorable Memorial Day.