Our Veterans

6 thoughts on “Our Veterans”

  1. It seems that for Veterans, their service and experiences with war become purely a part of who they are. And what makes this all the more moving is that they do this, and become this, for all of us. Raising my coffee cup in a toast to the Veterans …

  2. Thanks for visiting my blog! I find yours to be lovely and so inspirationasl. I quite agree with everything I have read so far. And I must admit that the titles of your posts are just so intreguing! They make me want me to kep reading and reading! I love your point about admiring reguar people who are just trying to get through the day and help others with dedication. And about praying always, I, too, think this means to be living in a prayerful way, with thoughts about all decisions directed toward the mind of Jesus.

  3. Hi Andie33, Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment on my humble little blog. I am enjoying reading the posts on your blog and will be back to visit with you. Veterans day is a day we should all take seriously. I had two older half brothers in world war II and a younger brother (not a teen at the time) in Vietnam. Blessings. Dee

  4. Yes, let us never forget, Andie, “the sacrifices that they make and the memories that they live with.” This is something that we ourselves tend to forget and thus keep the warriors from being able to share with us.

    Thank you for visiting me at Being Woven, this Veterans Day. I appreciate your comments there.

    Caring through Christ, ~ linda

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