|For the moment, though, let's turn to history a little
more recent. Sunday was D-Day number 60 and the ceremonies were
numerous and powerful. Everyone was aware that this was the last big
number where the actual participants would be on hand. All involved
showed grace and dignity in remembering the courage of those who freed
Europe. We're not in Germany, of course, but this was the first time
a German leader was also invited to these ceremonies. This was
indeed a powerful moment for all Europeans. I should add here that
the passing of President Ronald Reagan was also a major part of today's
memorials. All Europeans remember him as one of the most influential
Americans of the 20th Century. The French, the Germans, and maybe
most of all the Russians, know what he did to "Bring down this Wall..."
French Mother's Day also
fell on June 6 this year. Here Jennifer Leu and Jessika Geletka stop
by to deliver flowers for WVU-V's "Mother
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