VIDEO: Ronald Reagan Gives The Best Veteran’s Day Speech In History… This Will Bring Tears

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Feb. 6, 2016 marked what would have been former President Ronald Reagan’s 105th birthday.

In remembrance of this great man and World War II veteran, it seemed fitting to pay tribute to the speech he gave in Arlington National Cemetery on Nov. 11, 1985 — a speech considered by many to be the best Veteran’s Day speech in history.

“We are gathered at the National Cemetery, which provides a final resting place for the heroes who have defended our country since the Civil War,” Reagan said, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

“This amphitheater, this place for speeches,” he continued, “is more central to this cemetery than it first might seem apparent, for all we can ever do for our heroes is remember them and remember what they did — and memories are transmitted through words”[…]

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Evening Prayer 2.6.16, The Martyrs of Japan

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“Can it be that the authorities really know that this is the Messiah?”

Yvonne Chouteau has died, a star with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo who was known as one of five American Indian ballerinas of Oklahoma. She was part French and Shawnee-Cherokee. In later years she founded the School of Dance at the University of Oklahoma and a company that became the Oklahoma City Ballet. (Jack Mitchell) Yvonne Chouteau has died, a star with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo who was known as one of five American Indian ballerinas of Oklahoma. She was part French and Shawnee-Cherokee; in later years she helped found the School of Dance at the University of Oklahoma and a company that became the Oklahoma City Ballet. (Jack Mitchell)

From the rising of the sun to its setting my Name shall be great among the nations, and in every place incense shall be offered to my Name, and a pure offering; for my Name shall be great among the nations, says the Lord of hosts. Malachi 1:11

INVITATORY AND PSALTER

O God, be not far from us.
Come quickly to help us, O God.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
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Rosemary Greyhounds + 15 Super Bowl Recipes

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The Culinary Chronicles

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For the past few weeks I’ve been making out like a citrus bandit!

Coworkers have been hooking me up with tons of their homegrown citrus –  grapefruits, meyer lemons, tangerines, and oranges. So for tomorrow’s Super Bowl shenanigans, I will be using up a few of the lovely grapefruits to make a slight spin on one of my favorite cocktails – the Greyhound.

Before I delve into that wonderful goodness, I wanted to make sure that y’all had ample ideas for your Super Bowl spread so that you can fully enjoy game day. And the fun perk? It’s all finger foods!

Starting off is my Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip! Because you just can’t have a football party without dip – and this ones a show stopper with all the flavors of buffalo wangzzzzz.

Drools.

Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip

Love deviled eggs? How about Sriracha? Then we should be best friends….and…

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Saturday Morning Tea

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Art and Tea

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Good morning, dear tea friends! The sun is shining in a deep purple-blue sky on a world of white today. It snowed for much of the day yesterday, a heavy snow that fell in wet clumps. Around sunset, I was outside shoveling when the skies cleared and the landscape came alive with this unearthly glow. I stopped for a moment and just gazed at the western sky ablaze in streaks of orange and pink. It looked like a painting. A beautiful moment.

Everything about my tea this morning is warm and inviting from its deep cocoa aroma to its rich, complex flavor. I’m pleased to introduce Panyang Congou Select, a black tea from northern Fujian province in China.

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I steeped the large, tippy leaves for 5 minutes in boiling point (212F) water.

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I found these wet leaves twisted together and as I drew them apart, magic happened. Happy Valentine’s…

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6th February – On This Day In History

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Born:

1911 Ronald Reagan (40th President of the USA)

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Died:

1994 Joseph Cotten (actor)

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On This Day:

1935 Monopoly, the board game, goes on sale for the first time

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Have a good Saturday, 6th February

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