We've just passed Memorial Day 2020. Were you able to get to the cemetery of your choice? Weren't the flag displays magnificent?
Sometimes grave markers just make you cry. Example:
The marker for "unknown child" is found in the Fort Wright Cemetery; if you've not visited and walked around you've missed a pleasant and thoughtful experience. There are several "unknown child" markers.
At least somebody scratched away the brush and pine needles to remember the deceased in the lower photo. But the others? I'm just showing two examples of different kinds of "not caring." What lasting/forever good is a marker reading "Big Mama?" And if we don't care for the grave markers of our ancestors, who will???
Guess Memorial Day brings all sorts of thoughtful thinking and remembering.