Some holidays are celebrated in ways that can make single people feel stereotyped, stigmatized, or ignored. Valentine’s Day, obviously. Christmas. New Year’s Eve. Thanksgiving.

Veterans Day, I think, is an exception. In fact, of the major holidays, it may well be the fairest of them all. That’s not just because veterans are involved.

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Is Veterans Day the Fairest Holiday of Them All?

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  1. I am a veteran: Women’s Army Corps, 1964-67, Sargeant at 19

    Most amazing, best experience of my life; still resonates after all these years.

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