Thank you. That’s what my friend Nathaniel St. Clair says is the best gift you can give on Veterans Day.
“It makes a person feel good when someone says thanks for your service,” said St. Clair.
He should know. After all, he’s been a veteran for nearly 50 years, after serving three years in the Air Force (1966-1969), including active duty during the Vietnam War.
St. Clair chuckles when saying free Veterans Day meals and store discounts are appreciated. But most of all, he urges others to remember the sacrifice and those two kind words that can always help.