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|24 Responses to Option A|
Every year at my son's school we attend a special program where they bring Veterans to the school. We all sing songs and the children get to show their appreciation to the Veterans.
Well, another pretty simple one. Since I am an American living with freedoms that were earned by the blood and lives of our military people, I think it is only right to honor their service. Anyone who does not, needs to check their Patriotism at the door.
Eating with my Father who is a veteran himself.
With my grandpa who is a veteran, we have a BBQ.
I generally attend the local parade, where I get to interact with a lot of veterans.
We talk to our kids about it, but that is about all we do to celebrate.
by having a bbq
I go into nature and hike, or/and donate food.
our veterans are worth remembering
Usually with a BBQ.
My husband is a Veteran and my daughter was born on Veteran's Day. So we go somewhere where we all get in for free (because of Veteran's Day) and then have a party afterward.
My family cooks a big meal, usually barbecue, and we all eat together because my dad is a military veteran.
Eat BBQ with friends and family. It's just what we do.
I read about veterans and war history.
i always like learning new things.
I go out in public and find veterans and shake their hands and say thank you
By respecting the other veterans and thanking them for their service
Cook dinner with my girlfriend. Enjoy our company. We DO NOT go out to eat.
Its a great day to barbecue
Usually by visiting my dad who's a veteran and sharing a couple beers with him.
Because im. Thankful for all the vets that risk there life for me.
grandfather served in WWII, I appreciate what our Veteran's do for us - visit his grave, spend time with my grandmother.
My father is retired Army Officer and my grandfather is retired Sgt. Major, so they usually give speeches on Fort Rucker.
Yes, I celebrate by making cards with my children's because it important to remind them of traditions.
|26 Responses to Option B|
I've never seen a reason to celebrate.
I don't celebrate any holidays except halloween and christmas (themed, fun).
just haven't bothered
i'm not a veteran
There aren't too many celebration activities for Veteran's Day in my community.
I do not have anybody I know who is a Veteran therefore there is really no need to celebrate for me personally.
While I appreciate its purpose, I don't have any loved ones who were in the military so I don't "celebrate" it.
No one else around me does.
I work retail and that is simply a work day.
Even though my father is a veteran, there's no way to celebrate Veterans day.
No because it holds no personal significance for me.
I don't know any veterans and it's not something I think much about.
We put a flag out, sometimes we have a special meal.
My company doesn't even give me off of work! I don't have the ability to celebrate it.
Don't celebrate holidays in general. My family never did when I was growing up.
I feel that it's arbitrary, veterans should be honored all the time.
I often work on veteran's day.
I do not because I do not have any Veterans in my life to celebrate. It feels like any other day if you don't have veterans in your life. I do think of veterans in my family that have passed away though but that is the only extent. No celebration.
I don't know any veterans, and don't particularly like wars or conflict (I'm a borderline pacifist) so I don't think we should celebrate brutality in any form.
It just doesn't have any personal meaning for me.
I'm not even really sure how I would celebrate Veterans Day. My grandfather is a war vet and I see him once a week or so, but it's not like there's a Veterans Day gift I'd get him or anything like that.
Those men and women choose to work in the US service just like I choose to be a secretary or a cashier. Their jobs are no more special than anyone else's. If it's because they are keeping us alive, then why are we not celebrating Doctor's day or Pharmacist's day or inventor's day or scientist's day? If it is because they are defending our freedoms to do this or that, then why do we go to the polls and elect people who will stand for us and what we want in congress and in the US government? They do no more than anyone else who works in the US and they do it by choice. If it were that they were forced into service, then it would be a different matter.
Not sure me and the wife have never celebrated it maybe we will next year.
I have no personal investment in the holiday. I don't know any veterans and doesn't affect me directly.
B. I feel that every day is a day to honor veterans not just one day and it's a too commercial
I really don't have anyone to celebrate with. I take some silent time to remember the vertans but nothing beyond that. I just don't keep people in my life, or else I would join a party.