Pauley Perrette Shared a Video of an American Flag with Her Patriotic Memorial Day Message
Popular American actress, and NCIS star Pauley Perrette has joined a host of other top celebrities in the commemoration of the United States’ Memorial Day.
Since its creation by Major General John. A. Logan, over the years, the United States government and its people pay tribute to their fallen heroes who served the country.
Thousands of people from across the world come together to visit their cemetery and pay tribute to the soldiers who died serving the country. The memorial day saw lots of stars and top celebrities go on various social media platforms to celebrate and appreciate the efforts of the United States military men and women.
“Thank you to all who served and sacrificed and to their families,” she wrote.
As expected, positive reactions trailed the post, while some people shared their own story too in connection with the Memorial Day.
“Amen! Is this your flag, Pauley, or did you take the video of it? I remember it from last year, and I thought it was so beautiful then and now!#MemorialDay.” A Beth Schneider wrote.
Another fan commented her appreciation to the Twitter post.
“Thank you for remembering our soldiers today. My son has been a Marine for 10yrs. God has him in his hands, but I miss him so and pray for all of our men and women . Please, let's not forget them! We lost 2 Marines just before Memorial Day in Afghanistan! I couldn't quit crying.”
Another Tweeter also referred to her own personal connection with Memorial Day under Pauley's post.
“My grandpa is a WWII U.S. Army Vietnam Vet. He's 97 years old, and he ALWAYS makes me a proud granddaughter. He usually spends his time nowadays taking things that was once trash (such as an old watch holder) and makes it into art. He'll take anything and turn it into art. ❤️”
Pauley's post definitely warmed its way to people's hearts, and the actress who has been cast for the new "CBS" show "Comedy" would have been emotional, reading the comments that trailed the post.
Memorial Day was initially stated for the 30th of May, but certain factors over the years have initiated the changing of the dates even though the month remains the same. The United States government have announced that next year's Memorial Day has been scheduled for the 25th of May, while the one for 2021 would hold on the 31st of May.