Posted by: Jacqui Murray | September 5, 2016

Labor Day–Honor American Warriors

Labor Day is a US holiday dedicated to workers across the country. The public holiday always falls on the first Monday in September. The first federal observation of the holiday occurred in 1894 however the first Labor Day observed in a state was in Oregon in 1887.

Today, I honor the warrior, his job to fight for America’s way of life, invisibly and heroically, across the globe.



  1. No one labors more than a military person, but they don’t get paid like union workers – do they?!

    • My son’s on a 24-hour shift today. that’s the way the Army rolls.

      • A rough one!!

      • It’s just the way it is in the Army.

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