Flags are endlessly diverse in their design. With a dizzying array of colors, imagery, motifs, and patterns, it can be challenging to identify what makes a flag design one that will genuinely last the test of time.
What better way to start the New Year than watching football and enjoying the annual New Year’s Day parades! Whether you see the events in person or on TV, you and your family can begin the New Year with some entertaining and exciting American traditions.
Every family or congregation has its own share of holiday traditions, whether it's gathering for a large meal or decorating the house together. Many of these holiday traditions derive from certain religious backgrounds.
Each state in the United States of America has many symbols that were adopted as the state established itself and the residents gained pride in their home. Every resident may not be familiar with their state’s flower or the state bird, but the state flag inspires a kind of pride that inhabits long-time residents and recent transplants. Kentucky is no exception, with a proud banner that flies over thousands of homes and buildings across the Bluegrass State.
The holidays are a time for families to gather and celebrate the spirit of the season. Typically, this involves the whole family gathering around with hot cocoa in-hand or eating a delicious meal together. For families with active duty service members, the holidays can be a bit more complicated.