We are more than a century away from the War to End All Wars. And yet, we have continued to fight.
That means that we have veterans all around us. My grandfather was in WWII. My father was in Vietnam. My coworkers were in Afghanistan and Iraq. And others fought the Cold War.
I wear the poppy to support them. To remember them. And to remember that there are those still fighting.
I also wear the poppy to remember those who are fighting the secondary battles of PTSD, depression, or physical therapy. These are our veterans and they deserve our support.
And everything should read this once a year: In Flanders Field