One of the thing I really enjoy doing is participating in ceremonial occasions that honor those people who came before us. Many of them took great risks that we can only marvel at. Mostly they were just ordinary folks like you and me, but they did some great things, like settle this country and create this nation.
On Sunday Stuart Hart and I, as members of the Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard, took part in a Daughters of the American Revolution ceremony in Mooresville honoring some of the First Settlers of Hendricks County. Presented by the Wa-Pe-Ke-Way Chapter, the Memorial Marker ceremony drew a nice crowd, and the ceremony was very well done.