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Military Monday.

September 7, 2009
Red, white & blueberry cupcakes by Glam Nest.

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So here we are, Labor Day/Military Monday, and the first MM of September. As I’ve mentioned before, each week I’ll be featuring a patriotic/red, white & blue cupcake (or cake, or dessert) along with the names of soldiers who are casualties of the wars we’re currently involved in. Military Monday is a popular trending topic on Twitter (#MilitaryMonday) and a few blogs are doing it as well now. This is my 12th week being a part of it and I’m very proud to be. If you’d like to see the rest of the MM posts, then by all means, view the archives.

I also encourage you to participate in Military Monday, whether it be on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace or your own blog. It isn’t too much trouble to just make a quick post or status update honoring those who’ve died for our country. And if you or someone you know has a beautiful patriotic dessert you think should be featured, then please e·mail me.

A happy Labor Day to you and yours, and please remember those who don’t have the luxury of a beer and a barbecue today.

Thomas Chad Rosenbaum, 25, Army Sergeant, Sep 18, 2004 Hope, Arkansas
Brandon E. Adams, 22, Army Sergeant, Sep 19, 2004 Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania
Joshua J. Henry, 21, Army Specialist, Sep 20, 2004 Avonmore, Pennsylvania
Steven C. T. Cates, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Sep 20, 2004 Mount Juliet, Tennessee
Foster L. Harrington, 31, Marine Reserve Sergeant, Sep 20, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas
Nathan E. Stahl, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Sep 21, 2004 Highland, Indiana
Adam J. Harris, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Sep 22, 2004 Abilene, Texas
Skipper Soram, 23, Army Sergeant, Sep 22, 2004 Kolonia Pohnpei, Fed. Sts. of Micronesia
Lance J. Koenig, 33, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Sep 22, 2004 Fargo, North Dakota
Benjamin K. Smith, 24, Marine Sergeant, Sep 22, 2004 Carterville, Illinois
Aaron Boyles, 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Sep 24, 2004 Alameda, California
Timothy Folmar, 21, Marine Sergeant, Sep 24, 2004 Sonora, Texas
Ryan Leduc, 28, Marine 2nd Lieutenant, Sep 24, 2004 Pana, Illinois
Ramon Mateo, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Sep 24, 2004 Suffolk, New York
Robert Oliver Unruh, 25, Army Specialist, Sep 25, 2004 Tucson, Arizona
David W. Johnson, 37, Army National Guard Sergeant, Sep 25, 2004 Portland, Oregon
Clifford L. Moxley Jr., 51, Army National Guard Specialist, Sep 25, 2004 New Castle, Pennsylvania
Eric L. Allton, 34, Army Captain, Sep 26, 2004 Houston, Texas
Gregory A. Cox, 21, Army Specialist, Sep 27, 2004 Carmichaels, Pennsylvania
Joselito O. Villanueva, 36, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Sep 27, 2004 Los Angeles, California
Kenneth L. Sickels, 20, Marine Private 1st Class, Sep 27, 2004 Apple Valley, California
Tyler D. Prewitt, 22, Army Sergeant, Sep 28, 2004 Phoenix, Arizona
Mike A. Dennie, 31, Army Staff Sergeant, Sep 29, 2004 Fayetteville, North Carolina
Joshua K. Titcomb, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Sep 29, 2004 Somerset, Kentucky
Darren J. Cunningham, 40, Army Staff Sergeant, Sep 30, 2004 Groton, Massachusetts
Rodney A. Jones, 21, Army Specialist, Sep 30, 2004 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Allen Nolan, 38, Army Reserve Specialist, Sep 30, 2004 Marietta, Ohio
Jack Taft Hennessy, 21, Army Sergeant, Oct 01, 2004 Naperville, Illinois
Michael A. Uvanni, 27, Army National Guard Sergeant, Oct 01, 2004 Rome, New York
Russell L. Collier, 48, Army National Guard Sergeant, Oct 03, 2004 Harrison, Arkansas
Christopher S. Potts, 38, Army National Guard Sergeant, Oct 03, 2004 Tiverton, Rhode Island
James L. Pettaway Jr., 37, Army Reserve Staff Sergeant, Oct 03, 2004 Baltimore, Maryland
Gina R. Sparks, 35, Army Staff Sergeant, Oct 04, 2004 Drury, Missouri
Richard L. Morgan Jr., 38, Army Reserve Staff Sergeant, Oct 05, 2004 Maynard/St. Clairsville, Ohio
Jeungjin Na “Nikky” Kim, 23, Army Private, Oct 06, 2004 Honolulu, Hawaii
Jessica L. Cawvey, 21, Army National Guard Sergeant, Oct 06, 2004 Normal, Illinois
Morgen N. Jacobs, 20, Army Specialist, Oct 07, 2004 Santa Cruz, California
Andrew W. Brown, 22, Army Sergeant, Oct 08, 2004 Pleasant Mount, Pennsylvania
Michael S. Voss, 35, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Oct 08, 2004 Aberdeen, North Carolina
Andrew Halverson, 19, Marine Private 1st Class, Oct 09, 2004 Grant, Wisconsin
James E. Prevete, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Oct 10, 2004 Whitestone, New York
Carson J. Ramsey, 22, Army Private, Oct 10, 2004 Winkelman, Arizona
Michael Lee Burbank, 34, Army Staff Sergeant, Oct 11, 2004 Bremerton, Washington
Anthony W. Monroe, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Oct 11, 2004 Bismarck, North Dakota
Pamela G. Osbourne, 38, Army Sergeant, Oct 11, 2004 Hollywood, Florida
Aaron J. Rusin, 19, Army Private 1st Class, Oct 11, 2004 Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Christopher A. Merville, 26, Army Specialist, Oct 12, 2004 Albuquerque, New Mexico
Dennis L. Pintor, 30, Army Captain, Oct 12, 2004 Lima, Ohio
Michael S. Weger, 30, Army Specialist, Oct 12, 2004 Houston, Texas
Oscar A. Martinez, 19, Marine Private 1st Class, Oct 12, 2004 North Lauderdale, Florida

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