So many in America were not directly affected by loosing a loved one in war, thus they have forgatten how those that did, still have the pain. Never, never for get those that have giving all and those they have left behind. Never. Time for a C-Gar
This weekend 22 widows and 35 children will be honored for a first-of-a-kind event in the nation.
Much like the Honor Flights to our nation’s capital for veterans, this one is for Nebraska “Gold Star Kids” — youngsters who've lost loved ones in Iraq and Afghanistan.
They'll fly from Omaha to Lincoln for a day of events, highlighted by the launching of gold balloons carrying hand-written messages. Those will be released right after the National Anthem for the Nebraska – Michigan State game on Saturday.
Every so often, Shane Kielion Junior finds himself flipping through a scrapbook about his father.
He loves the football pictures. Especially since the fifth grader just started playing football himself this year. His dad had been quarterback at Omaha South.
“Sometimes it makes me sad but most of the time I don't think about the bad stuff – I think about the good stuff,” said Shane. Read full story here