Sunday, November 11, 2012


On the 11th hour, 
On the 11th day,
of the 11th Month
We shall Remember them.

9 comments:

  1. Thank you for this Debbie.
    We must not forget. x

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  2. beautiful Debby .. no we mustn't forget ♥

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  3. Those words and that picture are a powerful thing, Debby, thank you. My paternal gramps was a survivor of WWI .....until now, I didn't understand the horror of it all.

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  4. In Flanders Fields the poppies blow...lovely pic & a reminder to us all to remember the fallen!
    Hugs, Renee

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  5. Beautiful text Debby
    Hugs Sinikka

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  6. Thanks Debbie...floods of memories of my grandfather (my Mums Dad. He was originally from Cleator in Cumbria.

    He took me on first trip to England when i was just 14. We went for 6 weeks! I fell in love with England and have returned many times over the years.
    He was a brave soldier...fought in WW1 and the Boer War. I have pictures of him marching in his kilt. He was in the Royal Iniskillen Fusilliers (sp).
    Thanks for the memories flooding over from your post!

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  7. Beautiful thoughts Debby thank you for sharing this x

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