I am a veteran of Google Doodle Day 2015. The day after the memorial day of the U.S. soldiers that died in the military, I decided to make a Google Doodle to honor them. I chose the themes of “Service to America” and “Honor to Those Who Risked Their Lives”.
On the day of the Google Doodle, I was excited to use the new feature that allows me to add my name to the Google Doodle as a featured image. The name I chose is a little too long for the site, so I decided to go with Service to America to honor the troops who died trying to win the war, and Honor to Those Who Risked Their Lives to honor the soldiers who didn’t give up.
Google makes a lot of Doodle’s based upon their personal feelings. I thought I was going to be getting a Google Doodle to honor those who died in the Iraq/Afghanistan war, but I couldn’t find any images that I liked. When I saw my image, I knew I had to use it. It was a good choice.
My Google Doodle for veterans day was a little different. I was able to take a picture of my family on the front page of the site, which I thought would show that we were there for the families, not just the soldiers. But I didn’t want to just use my own family, so I went with a “Vets” picture instead.
I chose a picture of my dad, my mom, and my sister, which is exactly what I wanted. I like doing doodles because it makes me feel like I’m having a good time. It’s a way to take a mental break from all of the stress and anxiety that comes with a war, and it makes me feel good about the world. It makes me feel good and it makes me want to take a mental break from everything.
This year I did something that made me feel good. I made a doodle of my dad and mom and took it to veterans organization last year, and they gave me a prize of a $10 gift card. This year I also did something that made me feel good. I made a doodle of my father, and the doodle was a picture of me and my father.
I think the doodle was the one that did it for me because it showed me how much I love my father. It showed me how much I love him, how much I love him, how much I love him, how much I love him, and just how much I love him.
I do feel good.
It’s hard to believe that 10 years has gone by since that doodle and I think I’m doing something right with it. I did it for two reasons.
For one, it’s a nice reminder to myself that I’m still the same man that I was even 10 years ago. I also feel like I’m getting better, and I don’t want to let down my dad.