Yesterday members of the 3rd United States Infantry Regiment's Old Guard held a wreath of more than 700 red silk poppies marked with the words "Lafayette, We Are Here" at Arlington National Cemetery, honoring the 116,516 Americans killed in the First World War. While you're not expected to hang such a massive wreath on Veterans Day — though I applaud you if you have! — I'm sure some of you out there have done a little something to honor our military veterans on this special day. Have you hung up a smaller wreath for this holiday? Have you decorated with a bouquet of red poppies? Are there photos of your family members or friends who have served? Tell me by commenting below.