Here’s one more image from Gallipolis In Lights – the soldiers memorial surrounded by beautiful Christmas lights.
As we celebrate Christmas this year, it’s different than we are accustomed to but one thing remains the same.
We all are able to practice – or not practice – the religion of our choice because there are brave men and women who have defended that right throughout the history of this country.
Many of them are far from home this Christmas. Some are in dangerous places with no guarantee they’ll make it home at all.
Whether you say Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanza or plain old Happy Holidays, I hope you’ll remember those American military members of today and years past week.
We owe them everything.
Thank you! I missed seeing Gallipolis in Lights this year, as I’m not traveling ANYWHERE except to and from the farm. I was born in Gallipolis (1957) and have always loved the park and riverfront–
I’m so glad you enjoyed the virtual visit. Gallipolis has a wonderful downtown and I really love the effort put into the lights. Hopefully you can visit again next year! 🎄