Veteran’s Day

I have no words to add to this – for it says it all.

WC

12 thoughts on “Veteran’s Day

  1. WC Thanks for the post. My father is a Veteran Of WWII he served on the USS Bunkerhill an aircraft carrier…his carrier was struck and sunk by two kamakze planes he and some mates survived for days in life rafts while he saw others of the carrier being eaten by sharks. He still keeps in contact with a couple of his shipmates that are still living…God Bless all of our service men and women who served our Nation and those who continue to serve…

    Gratitude and a humble thanks to your Dad for his service. Hugs & Kisses to all veterans, past present and future. Without them, we would not have this country, of that I am sure.

    WC

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  2. The stories of soldiers’ gallantry, dedication to duty and professionalism often make me sentimental. I salute all martyrs who have sacrificed their lives for humanity and peace. I am very sad that I am unable to contribute, though I still hope that I will do something noteworthy for it which everybody will be proud of.
    I realize the difficulties in your profession due to terrain, weather hardship with mines around and death at any time. You are lucky to get this chance to serve your motherland and so you all have entered our hearts as real heroes. You are brave children of Great America. Your family is not alone. Rather, we are all part of your family. We can only pray God to give you all the blessings for your safe return as a proud soldier. We are with your dear family and will strive to support you. Please concentrate on your duty and ensure that the enemy is thrown out.
    Soon the enemy shall meet a dog’s death.

    Nice tribute, Eka. And well said.
    WC

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    * 10,000 hits
    Okay, don’t eat it all in one sitting though. LOL.
    Yeah, I guess this is my first big blogger milestone, eh? 10,000 big ones.
    It doesn’t matter that I trained my dog and my cat to download the site 25 times a day, does it? 😉
    WC

    PS: I actually tried to insert a cookie in here, but I couldn’t get it to go through the pixels on the screen. Guess it will just have to be an invisible cookie. How does it taste? 😉

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  4. That photo does say it all. I won’t be able to get it out of my mind. Makes me want to bawl like a baby and explode with pride.

    Exactly! That was the exact effect it had on me too.
    l/y
    WC

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  5. Profoundly sad and moving.
    Good God, what a picture.
    Talk about 1,000 words, huh?
    ~m

    Yes, perhaps even 1001 words. I love this picture – it says so many things. Transcends generations, politics, time…
    and shows the true brotherhood of our servicemen.
    WC

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  6. It does say it all. I send my heartfelt gratitude to all those that have kept our country free and to those that continue to do so.

    I’ll second that emotion. 🙂
    WC

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  7. I saw that photo too. It tugs at American’s emotions. Emotions of one thousand words.

    I wonder what Cindy Sheehan thinks of the photo?

    I wouldn’t hazard a guess at anything Cindy Sheehan might think. I only know our thinking patterns are vastly different.
    WC

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