Sunday marked the one-year anniversary of Restoring Honor, last year's rally on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. which celebrated America's traditions of faith, hope and charity. Some Blaze readers have shared their personal experiences and reflections on the remarkable event one year later. I'll be posting them on the blog throughout the day.
It's hard to believe that it was a year ago. In some ways it seems like yesterday and in other ways it seems like a century ago. So much has happened since then. I don't know that the world has changed so much as the illusions of what has been going on for so long are actually fading away. Some days I feel like I've stepped through a time warp into an alternate universe...
I thank you, Glenn and all of his staff for helping me to see more clearly the "truth." I find that in so many ways I've changed since 8.28. It is through the courage of others standing up and speaking out that I have found the courage to join them.
Kathy in North Carolina:
I just want to send a big "Thank You" to Glenn and staff - I fondly remember the day as one of the most inspirational patriotic times I have experienced since I voted twice for Reagan. I felt "at home" with all those people - a day to stand with like minded persons in the thousands!
Do you have a Restoring Honor story to share? Email me your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org.