Happy Memorial Day!
 
Or…
 
STEAK & BLOWJOB DAY?

EPISODE 58 of a Daily Dose of Greatness Quest with Trevor Crane

DAILY QUOTE

“​A hero is someone who has given his​ or ​her life​ to ​something bigger than oneself​.” – Joseph Campbell

DAILY CHALLENGE

1. ​SPEND THE DAY​ with family, friends and fellow military members and veterans.
2. Make it a ​SPECIAL DAY​ for someone you love and care about.
3. Make the day ​MEMORABLE ​(see the list below for 6 cool ways to do this)  

DAILY QUESTION

Question for you… on this VERY special day… why not give someone who has served our country what they REALLY want? Oh, and “​Happy Memorial Day!”

Or as my grandpa used to think if it, ​“Steak & Blowjob Day.”

On my Greatness Quest Podcast today, I talk about how you can make this Memorial Day  special for you and someone you care about. 

There is SILLINESS and SERIOUSNESS. 

Now to the DAILY QUESTION:

What can you do ​TODAY​ to show someone who served our country how much you  appreciate them?  

Oh, and one more thing… 

I HAVE A CONFESSION TO MAKE:  

I don’t know if my grandfather, ever called Memorial Day, “Steak & Blowjob Day.” 

(I just thought it was funny.)

But… he was Veteran.

AND, I know he liked steak.  

And I’m assuming he liked blowjobs.  

(He and I never talked about it.)

So I figured…

On this special day…

In honor of my grandfather.

And veterans everywhere…

Why not make it STEAK & BLOWJOB DAY? 

Or… 

Why not give someone who has served our country what they REALLY want?

Of course, WHAT you give… is entirely up to YOU. 

For example, ain’t NOBODY getting a blowjob from me!

Not even my grandfather. 

God rest his soul. 

Make today MAGNIFICENT! 

SUMMARY

Happy Memorial Day!

Or as my grandpa used to think if it, “Steak & Blowjob Day.”

On today’s show, how you can make this Memorial Day special for you, and someone you  care about. There is SILLINESS and SERIOUSNESS. 

And I’m repurposing a very nice article below written by Tracey Pollack, that I found on  the GARDENOFLIFE.COM website.  

I HAVE A CONFESSION TO MAKE:  

I don’t know if my grandfather, ever called Memorial Day, “Steak & Blowjob Day.” I just  thought it was funny.

But… he was Veteran. AND, I know he liked steak. And I’m assuming he liked blowjobs.  So I figured… on this special day…

Why not give someone who has served our country what they REALLY want?

Of course, it’s entirely up to YOU what you give. ​For example, ain’t NOBODY getting a  blowjob from me!
 
Link to the article below: https://www.gardenoflife.com/content/6-ways-make-memorial-day-memorable/

6 Ways to Make Memorial Day More Memorable
by Tracey Pollack

Backyard barbecues, long weekends, and good times with friends and family…these are the  ways that most of us celebrate ​Memorial Day​. But this special day wasn’t meant to be all fun  and games. Memorial Day is actually a very important holiday that honors the men and women  who have bravely given their lives serving our country. It’s a day meant to remember those  courageous individuals who have sacrificed so much to secure all of the freedoms that we enjoy  today. While Memorial Day can still include cookouts, beach trips and relaxing by the pool, start  a few more meaningful traditions this year to remember this day of remembrance.

1. Let Your American Pride Fly High

Salute the heroes who have fought to uphold our freedom by waving the American flag to  celebrate Memorial Day. Decorating your home, lawn or car with the red, white and blue is a  wonderful way to show your support on this patriotic day. If there’s a flag pole in your yard,  raise the American flag up high, but be sure to lower it half-mast from dawn until noon as a  sign of deep respect.

2. Parade Your Support

Show your American spirit by marching to a Memorial Day parade. These festive community  gatherings are full of patriotic music, floats covered in stars and stripes, and all kinds of  Americana. Wave an American flag and cheer for the veterans, active service members,  patriotic organizations and bands as they wave to you from the streets. Many of these parades  conclude with a moment of silence or a special memorial service that remind us of the true  meaning of the day.

3. Pay Your Respects by Paying a Visit to a Cemetery

Honor our nation’s fallen heroes by visiting a local cemetery to place flowers and flags at their graves. Many cemeteries have designated areas reserved for these American heroes. If possible,  visit one of the VA National Cemeteries found throughout the country that arrange their own  Memorial Day services. Each adds its own special touch of gratitude and patriotism through  wreath laying ceremonies, speeches, color guards, bands, choirs and more. To find out if there’s  a national cemetery near you, check with the Department of Veterans Affairs’ National  Cemetery Administration at ​www.cem.va.gov​.

4. ​Salute a Moment of Silence

At 3:00 p.m. local time on Memorial Day, join the millions of Americans that stop whatever  they’re doing and stay silent for a moment. This poignant pause is the National Moment of  Remembrance, which was established to reflect on the integrity, courage and sacrifices of the  soldiers that have fought to preserve our freedoms. So while you enjoy your Memorial Day  afternoon, please take a moment to take part in this national gesture of gratitude.

5. Treat a Local Veteran’s Hospital to a Visit

While Memorial Day is a time to remember our lost heroes, it’s also a perfect time to honor the  many veterans who have survived their selfless service. Plan a visit to a veteran’s hospital to  make these brave men and women feel special and appreciated. Spend time talking with them  and thanking them for all that they sacrificed to ensure our precious freedoms. Have your kids  bring cookies, cards and small gifts to the veterans to help them understand the real meaning  of the holiday. This friendly visit will brighten a veteran’s day and help you see why this special  one is worthy of celebration.

6. Volunteer for Veterans

Consider helping the heroes that we’re fortunate to have as a way to honor the ones we’ve lost.  You can volunteer your time, donate funds, contribute clothes, boost morale and do so much  more to help veterans nationwide. There are many veteran’s organizations that can provide information about giving back to the veterans who have given so much to you.

So on Memorial Day, remember to honor the brave men and women who have fought to ensure  our freedom to enjoy this special day. 

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TRANSCRIPT

Happy Memorial Day!​ Or as my grandfather like to call it, ​Happy Steak and  Blowjob Day!​ Because let’s face it, on this very special day, why don’t you give someone  who has served our country what they really want. I think you’re going to love today’s  show. 

(INTRO – AUDIO) 

So it is Memorial Day. And there is some seriousness to today where we need to  honor our veterans. And I definitely want to do that. But there’s some silliness with  today’s show as well. Because I have a confession to make. I don’t know if my  grandfather ever called Memorial Day, Steak and Blowjob Day. I just thought that was  funny. And it might get your attention. 

But I do know my grandfather was a veteran. I also know that he likes steak. I’m  just assuming that he liked blow jobs. He and I never really talked about it. But here’s  what I figured on this special day in honor of my grandfather. And in honor of veterans  everywhere, why not make it a ​STEAK AND BLOWJOB DAY​ or for those of you that  aren’t going to be going out and giving out in blow jobs, I understand that we are not  either. By the way, why not give someone who has served our country what they really  want. Now, what you give is entirely up to you. I’m not giving any of those away. But I  am going to spend the day with my family.

So here’s my challenge for you today is to ​try to spend the day with friends and  family and fellow members and veterans that have served our country and helped  us and, and given us the quality of life that we have to live today.​ But do something  that’s for them to make it special and memorable, because this is supposed to be  honoring them and all of our fallen heroes who have helped us live the quality of life  that we have today. 

And on that note, let me share with you a Joseph Campbell quote about what it  means to be a hero. “​A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something  bigger than oneself. ​ ” And I think we all have a chance to be a hero in the world. And  today, your job is to try to be a hero to someone else. Oftentimes showing your gratitude  and appreciation is one of the greatest gifts you can give another human. 

So try to actually take the seriousness of today and do or the silliness of today and  do something serious about it. And I do mean that by why not ​show someone who  served our country how much we appreciate them​. That’s our job today.

So I want to jump into the six tips that I received when I did my googling research.  And I found the gal, by the name of Tracy, who says, “​There’s 6 ways to make  Memorial Day more memorable ​ .” So I’m going to cover those. Now I’m going to put this  in the show notes so you can get a link to her article. I think it was on the  gardenoflife.com website.

And my challenge to you today, though, is to ​just have some fun, be with friends  and family, call up a veteran, someone who you know who is serving our country,  or who has served our country and share with them how much you appreciate  them​. I think oftentimes, they go, most people do not give enough love, appreciation and  gratitude. And that’s our job today. So let me go ahead and share these with you so  you’ve got some seriousness options.

So let me see. ​Number 1​ is you can let your American pride fly high. That’s  basically just share the American flag. I know that I’ve had one in my house for a long,  long time it was shot, it was shredded and destroyed, and whatnot. And I know that it  probably should have been torched. I know that you’re supposed to do that if an  American flag gets damaged in any way. But like, I like keeping it the way that it was the  way that I got it when I received it. So that’s it, make sure you fly the flag.

Number 2​, parade your support. Now, I don’t know about you, but I’ve been in  several Memorial Day parades. And whether you are in one or you go watch one, that’s a  cool thing to do on memorial day.

Number 3​, pay your respects by visiting a cemetery. Now, for me today, I  probably is not what I’m going to do, I will, I’m gonna go have some fun with my family,  we’re going to be barbecuing with my family. If I can make that happen, we are going to  do some other traditional type things that we can have fun with. But I will take a  moment of silence to go ahead and acknowledge my grandfather who served and other  family members I know who have served.

Which is ​number 4​, actually, is to salute a moment of silence at 3pm local time on  Memorial Day. You can join millions of Americans that stop whatever they’re doing, to stay silent, silent for just a moment. I make it a point to have a silent moment during  every day. That’s called my meditation or just the time that I can have clarity of space to  just go ahead and get more focus. So to go ahead and take that time to be grateful for our  fallen heroes and those that are still out there serving us. I think that that’s pretty special.

Number 5​ is to visit a Veterans Hospital. If you have not taken the time to  volunteer your time at a Veterans Hospital or an elderly community, you’re really  missing out if you have a chance to get into a nursing home. I did this a lot when I visited  my grandmother when she was in her nursing home and retirement community. And  then I did this after when I had a dog that I trained to go ahead and do this with me. And  I would bring my dog in to these communities. And I would volunteer my time to just  brighten people’s day. And that’s what I would challenge you as far as another option for  today to make today memorable.

And then ​number 6​ is also in line with more volunteering and it’s just a volunteer  your time to donate funds, to contribute clothing, anything you can to boost morale. So  that is my list of ways that you can make today more memorable, Happy Memorial Day  to you. 

My challenge to you whenever you do with silliness or seriousness is to show  somebody that you care about. show somebody that has served our country that you  care and appreciate them, give them a hug at the very bare minimum and do something  today to make today special for them. 

That’s all I have for you today. I can’t wait wait to see you tomorrow on another  daily dose of greatness quest. And I have a 22 push-up challenge for you tomorrow. So  make sure you tune in. I can’t wait to share with you those details. It’s pretty fun. And we  can do this together. 

Alright, have a great one. 

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