on Nov 11, 2015 @ 12:41 pm|
Thank you to all our Canadian Forces Members both past and present. Freedom was not free and many paid the ultimate sacrifice so we could be a free country. I have so much respect for our CF. Your service and sacrifice will never be forgotten. I will remember...
|REMEMBRANCE DAY on Nov 11, 2015 @ 02:20 pm|
I did watch The Remembrance Day Ceremonies today. I am so thankful for being a Canadian, For our armed forces that in the past and present that fight for our freedom everyday. Such true heroes.
|From my Facebook on Nov 11, 2015 @ 03:21 pm|
Today let's take some time to remember the individual cost of war. Look at the staggering numbers of lives, both civilian and military that are lost and remember that each one of those is an individual, a person or being just like you or I. Let your heart break a little.
And then next time you elect an official who supports war, or make a thoughtless comment you better make damn sure you're remembering every single one of those people before you do.
Lest We Forget.
|remember on Nov 11, 2015 @ 06:08 pm|
Thank you to those who gave their lives so we could be free and who are still to this day continuing to do so. The sacrifice and bravery will never be forgotten. Let's remember to thank a veteran or soldier no matter what day of the year it is and to wear our poppies to commemorate their valiant efforts.
|Rememberance Day on Nov 11, 2015 @ 07:53 pm|
I lost my Uncle in WW2,he was on the HMS Nelson.I know he was very young because my Dad had a Picture of him and,he looked to be about 22yrs old.I also had another Uncle who fought in the Korean War.That was where my Uncle lost his Leg.He passed away after ,he just couldn't take it any more.I think what killed him was,the memories and what he had been through because,he wasn't the same after he got Home.Our Brave Men and Women,God Bless Them, must be very Traumatized in these Wars.They fought for us for our Freedom and to make our country a safe place for us to live, we will never forget them.