Her Face

Her face is like a canvas of light That paints the world with colors bright Her eyes are like the stars that shine That guide the way with sparks divine Her smile is like the sun that glows That warms the heart with rays of rose Her face is like a masterpiece of art That captivates the mind and soul

On This Day – November 10

Today is November 10, 2023. On this day in 1775, the U.S. Marines were organized under authority of the Continental Congress. Since then, the Marines have served with honor and courage in every major conflict, defending our freedom and democracy. They are the few, the proud, the Marines. Happy birthday to the U.S. Marine Corps and thank you for your service. America Strong! 🇺🇸

On This Day – November 9

Today is November 9, 2023. On this day in 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy won the election for the president of the United States. He was the youngest elected president, the first Catholic president, and the first president born in the 20th century. He inspired millions of Americans with his vision of a new frontier and his call to service: “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”. He faced many challenges at home and abroad, but he never gave up on his ideals and his courage. He was a leader who made America strong.

As we face our own challenges today, let us remember his legacy and his words. Let us honor his memory by working together for the common good. Let us be proud of our country and our history. Let us be America Strong. 🇺🇸

On This Day – November 8

Today is November 8, 2023. On this day in 1864, Abraham Lincoln was reelected as the 16th president of the United States, leading the nation through the Civil War and abolishing slavery. His words and deeds inspire us to this day, as we strive to uphold the ideals of democracy, freedom, and equality for all. Let us remember his legacy and honor his vision of a more perfect union. America Strong! 🇺🇸

On This Day – November 7

🇺🇸 Today is November 7, 2023, and it’s incredible to reflect on the enduring strength of our great nation, the United States of America! On this day in history, back in 1916, Jeannette Rankin of Montana became the first woman elected to the United States Congress. Her historic election was a significant step towards gender equality in American politics, showing that our nation has always been a beacon of progress and strength. Let’s remember that in the face of challenges, our unity and determination have always made us #AmericaStrong. 🗽🦅 #HistoryMatters #UnitedWeStand

On This Day – November 6

🇺🇸 Today is November 6, 2023, and it’s a great day to celebrate the resilience and strength of America. On this day in 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected as the 16th President of the United States, a pivotal moment in our nation’s history. From then to now, through triumphs and challenges, we’ve shown that we are America Strong! 🗽💪🗺️ #AmericaStrong #HistoryMatters

On This Day – November 4

Today is November 4, 2023. On this day in history, many events happened that shaped the world we live in. But one event stands out as an example of the innovation and creativity of the American people. On November 4, 1846, American inventor Benjamin Palmer from Meredith, New Hampshire, patents the artificial leg. This invention was a breakthrough in prosthetic technology, as it allowed amputees to walk more naturally and comfortably. The artificial leg had a hinge at the knee and ankle, and a spring to simulate the action of the calf muscle. Palmer also designed the leg to be adjustable in length and width, and to be made of various materials such as wood, metal, or leather. The artificial leg was praised by the medical community and the public, and Palmer received a gold medal from the American Institute of New York for his invention.
As we celebrate this remarkable anniversary, let us remember the words of Benjamin Palmer: “I have bestowed much time and attention to the construction of artificial legs, and have endeavored to make them as perfect as possible, so as to restore to the unfortunate wearer the power of locomotion, and enable him to pursue the ordinary avocations of life.” Let us appreciate the innovation and creativity of the American inventor, who improved the lives of many people with his invention. America is strong because of its ingenuity, its diversity, and its compassion. Let us never forget that. 🇺🇸