"When you come to the edge of all that you know, you must believe one of two things: there will be earth upon which to stand, or you will be given wings to fly." author unknown
I took these photos at O’Fallon IL the last time I visited my brother there. It is a beautiful place. May God Bless our veterans. I thank them all from the bottom of my heart!
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Very nice pictures my friend, a sobering reminder of the cost of freedom.
Beth, Thanks to your brother and many like him. smiles, Susie
Looks like a wonderful memorial place..Have a great day Sis!! XOXO
Joining with you in thanking all our Veterans. Thank you for sharing these photos.
amen. thank you, beth.
Hi Beth,We remembered too, in church this morning at 11 a.m. this year it was the 11th hour of the 11th day, on a Sunday.Hugs Nita
Blessings....Love your caption in your header, tell the turkey it's safe as we are not big on turkey here. May we all understand the magnitude of the sacrifice befallen those who voluntarily step out there and do what's needed whether we believe in the cause or not, may we truly understand and be greatful.peace.
It's such an emotional day for so many-I say don't be afraid of showing tears and thank a vet!
Thank God for all our Veterans! They gave so much. We need to take time to thank them...that's the least we can do.Blessings, Joanne
I am grateful and thankful for our men and women and service animals as well. And they deserve that every day be Veterans Day.xox
Thanks to your brother and all the other Veteran's who have served so we are free!
Always grateful to those who serve - and have served. Wishing you a peaceful, blessed Sunday, Beth. xo Nellie
Very lovely post Beth. Thanks to all the veterans, we live in a free country.
These are beautiful as are your words. We will never forget. B
Thanks to the veteran's for our freedom.
yes, we owe them our freedom.
It's a very beautiful place!
That looks a peaceful place Beth.Sheila x
What a beautifl tribute to those who served. They certainly deserve such a nice place to be remembered.
I thank my veteran everyday. They gave away their youth and their innocence so that we can have freedom. My favorite song that memorializes the Vietnam war is Goodnight Saigon. My favorite line is "they left their childhood on every acre." Paul Hardcastle sang a song called Nineteen....which told the average age of soldiers in WWII was 26....in Vietnam, it was 19. And then they if they made it back home, they were spat on and called baby killers....when most of them had been drafted and just did what they were told to do. As a nation, we should be ashamed of the way they were treated....so, yes, I make sure my Vietnam veteran, who served two tours over there, knows everday what a hero I think he is.
Beautiful monuments, but no monument can do justice to the sacrifice they have made for us. A close second though.
A couple of years ago we went to a place up north called High Ground in Neilsville Wi. and it was so interesting and heartwarming. I know you'd like it
We also celebrate Remembrance Day in Australia. We are grateful.
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