You may see them at church tomorrow. Or in the grocery. Or at lunch or dinner. Or walking along the street.
If they are a veteran of our armed services and you know it, what you do next is not an option, but an order worthy of an Army sergeant.
Then thank them again.
And you still won't be thanking them enough.
Tomorrow is Veteran's Day, a day when we remember and honor all those who have served our country in conflicts near and far.
They have defended our democracy on these shores.
They have promoted democracy in every corner of the world.
They have nurtured democracy in places ruled by the tyranny of dictatorship.
They have shed blood and given their lives in the cause of freedom and political independence.
And today a new generation of future veterans is doing the dirty work for the rest of us, putting their lives on the line every day in foreign territories that we are reminded every day are often not very friendly places.
They are our veterans and we love them.
They deserve are unending support and recognition.
We should remember that every day.
But tomorrow is Veterans Day.
And that makes it a perfect day to start a worthy daily habit.
Thank you, vets.