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Moment Of Silence Honors Those Who Sacrificed For Us

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          ABBY - May 23, 2008 
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MOMENT OF SILENCE HONORS THOSE WHO SACRIFICED FOR US

ABBY: Would you please invite all Americans to stand 
together, unified in spirit, for 60 seconds of respectful 
silence during the National Moment of Remembrance at 3 p.m. 
local time this Memorial Day?

The purpose of this moment is a noble one, to honor 
America's fallen. The freedoms we take for granted each 
day are reminders of their ultimate sacrifice and our 
ongoing debt to them. We mourn our fallen and honor their 
courageous legacy and the future they bequeathed to us.

The agony of a fallen soldier's mother is as old as war. 
One such mother is Sallie Stubenhofer. Her son, Mark, was 
killed by a sniper in Iraq. He left three young children,
including a daughter who was born four months after his 
return to active duty. Mark and his wife named their baby 
Hope, which signified what he wanted to offer his children 
and all children.

The Moment of Remembrance and our year-long, lifelong 
determination to "live honoring America's fallen" are in 
memory of Army Capt. Mark Stubenhofer and all those brave 
members of our military who have died in the service of 
our nation. We invite all Americans to pause in their 
Memorial Day activities at 3:00 local time to honor those 
who live in our history, reside in our hearts and rest 
forever in the arms of God.
-- CARMELLA LA SPADA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WHITE HOUSE 
COMMISSION ON REMEMBRANCE

CARMELLA: I am pleased to convey your invitation to 
observe the annual Moment of Remembrance.

Readers, Memorial Day is Monday. I hope you will join me 
and millions of other Americans at 3 p.m. local time in 
giving heartfelt acknowledgment of our fallen heroes for 
the noble sacrifice they have made in the name of freedom.

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ABBY: I am 25 and have fallen in love with "Brad," a wonder-
ful and very successful businessman. On a recent trip out 
of town, my co-workers were joking that we were going to 
elope. 

I told Brad about it and how ridiculous it was, since we 
have been dating only about six months. He replied that we
couldn't elope because I haven't signed a pre-nup! I stewed 
over it for a couple of days and, because I couldn't get it 
off my mind, brought it up again and asked him if he was 
serious.

Brad said he was. He said he has worked hard for what he 
has (which I understand) and mentioned the fact that I have 
a failed first marriage. I didn't think that was fair. My 
husband had cheated on me, and we were married only a few 
months. We talked further, and Brad said if he thought I 
was with him because of his money, he wouldn't be with me.

I understand his reasons for wanting a pre-nup, but doesn't 
getting one indicate that we are preparing to fail? I am 
pretty sure marriage will be in our future, and I'll sign 
a pre-nup (after my attorney reviews it), but it seems like 
negative thinking. How can I get my head around this? 
-- DON'T FEEL TRUSTED IN ALABAMA

DON'T: One way to "get your head around it" would be to 
remember that a pre-nuptial agreement carries with it 
guarantees for BOTH parties. Many couples have them to 
protect assets accumulated before marriage. Such a document 
not only protects the man, it can be structured so that YOU 
have certain guarantees should the marriage not work out. 

I strongly recommend that you discuss this with your 
attorney before you discuss it with Brad again. As with 
any other legal document, I agree that it should be 
reviewed with your legal counsel before you sign it.




ABBY is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as 
Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline 
Phillips. Write ABBY at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box  
69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. 
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