Every Memorial Day, soldiers, veterans and military families try to remind the nation of the holiday's meaning. As fewer Americans enter into military service, though, the significance grows hazy in the midst of sales, parties and the unofficial start to summer. As the wife, daughter and granddaughter of men who served, my heart breaks a little over the forgotten sacrifices so many made. This year, however, I've been thinking of broader implications of this type of amnesia. Have we lost our ability to memorialize? Have we forgotten how to remember?