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The “Colonel’s” VFV Motivational/Inspirational Quotes & Message of the Day!

“Let’s remember the positive and happy memories and overcome the negative thoughts.” — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs 

Live a life you will and can remember!
Today's Message is: "Remember Day!" Why Not?


The “Colonel’s” VFV Motivational/Inspirational Quotes & Message of the Day!


“As a gentle breeze of Memorial Day whispers stories of valor and sacrifice, let us remember our solemn duty to honor those who’ve given so much.  Let’s ensure every hero is remembered, every sacrifice is honored, and every grave is adorned with the love and respect it deserves.” — Victory for Veterans, Inc.

Good “Monday & Memorial Day!” Morning “Band of Brothers & Sisters,” and all great connections.  Welcome to the new week from the “Colonel’s Foxhole” in Conroe, TX — 27 May 2024!


Today’s Message is:  “Remember Day!”  Why Not?


“It’s always important for leaders to remember their why.  Your purpose and vision are the guides for your everyday leadership.  Remember, you leave a lasting impression on the people you lead.  Remember to make it memorable!” — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs 

More Awesome Quotes for Today’s Message:


“It’s hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember.” — Unknown Author


“Two things to  remember in life:  Take care of your thoughts when you are alone and take care of your words when you are with people.” — Unknown Author


“Step with care and great tact, and remember that life’s a great balancing act.” — Dr. Seuss


“Every Situation in life is temporary.  So, when life is good, make sure you enjoy and receive it fully.  And when life is not so good, remember that it will not last forever and better days are on the way.” — Unknown Author

“Remember why you started, remember where you’re headed, think of how great it will be to get there, and keep going.” — Ralph Marston


“We do not remember days, we remember moments.” — Cesar Pavese

“Promise me you’ll always remember:  You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” — A.A. Milne


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The good stuff is always easy to remember, but days like today are set aside to remember the not so good stuff that happened to some very good people.


Good morning Col Burroughs and all of my brothers and sisters here on VFV. The older I get, I realized that I had forgotten more than I could remember. We need to continually remember to love one another as Christ loved us. Have a blessed day today and always.


Article by Jon Bloom

Staff writer,

Memorial Day, as Americans have come to know it, began in the years immediately following the Civil War. But until World War II, most people knew it as “Decoration Day.” It was a day to decorate with flowers and flags the graves of fallen soldiers and remember those who had given, as Lincoln beautifully said, “the last full measure of devotion” to…


Good Monday (Memorial Day) morning Colonel.

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