Each year Veterans Day comes and goes with decidedly less pomp and circumstance than it deserves. I call my father, thanking him for his service in the U.S. Navy and I take a few moments to think about the men and women overseas who are fighting for our freedom. However, it wasn't until that fighting affected me personally that the meaning of Veterans Day truly hit home. As you and I attend church, watch football, cook chili or take the dogs for a walk this Sunday, my husband Joe is stationed in Afghanistan, working 12 hour days, 7 days a week. And he's one of thousands of American troops in the Middle East who are spending their Sunday preserving the way of life we so often take for granted. So this Veterans Day, while you're relaxing at home, I hope you'll take time to remember those who sacrifice for our country and those who have given their lives to ensure our freedom.