by Susan Rose
Here we are - Memorial Day again. A time to remember men and women who have died in wars. A time to remember that we shouldn't have to have tributes to men and women who have died in wars. A time to remember that no more men and women should be killed in this war in Iraq, that no more men and women should have to kill in this war. To remember how the death caused by war affects so many, those who do the killing and those whose lives are especially connected to those who have died.
And this is a time to remember that there are many others who want an end to this war. A movement of bloggers has started to collect One Million Blogs for Peace. Randy and I have agreed that we want to be part of this and want to figure out a way to invite ESWoW participants to register blogs and participate in the virtual rallies promoted by the site. I've registered the ESWoW blog and you can start by adding comments to this blog.
And it is also a time for us to remember those in our lives who are important to us. I have set up a new section in our