There’s no getting around it. War and conflict have shaped human society in ways that are impossible to overstate. The people who end up fighting in those conflicts often pay a high price for their role. Some end up paying with their lives while others pay through the trauma that follows them home.
That’s part of what makes Memorial Day such an important occasion. Most people are related to or know someone who has served. It takes a special kind of spirit to serve one’s country. It’s not just about being willing and able to venture to foreign battlefields in the name of their country. Soldiers have something unique that helps them serve the way they do.
I have multiple family members who served their country. Some of my distant relatives served in World War II. A few who are still with us served in Vietnam. That special something that helped them serve with honor is apparent. It’s something no parade can ever fully capture, but it’s still worth celebrating.
To all the veterans who have served, as well as the brave men and women serving at this very moment, I thank you for your sacrifice. You blood, sweat, and patriotism is part of what makes the way of life we’ve come to cherish possible. Let this round of my Sexy Sunday Thoughts honor you in its own special way. Enjoy!
“How someone develops a spanking fetish is often weirder than the fact they have a spanking fetish.”
“Sex needs no advertising, but requires plenty of negotiations.”
“Making out is just a PG-13 form of foreplay.”
“Hate sex is like dangerously spicy food in that it causes great discomfort, but has inescapable appeal.”
“Part of loving someone means knowing how to share a bathroom with them.”
“Being in love means having sex on a good day, but true love means doing it on your worst day.”
“At its core, flirting is asking someone to help you have an orgasm.”
Once again, thank you to all the brave men and women who have served their country and are currently serving. If you wish to help our country’s veterans, please consider donating to organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project and the Purple Heart Foundation. There are many ways to show love, but on Memorial Day, please make the extra effort to show them what they mean to us.