Day to day observations, whether delightful or truly objectionable
fantastic, no words but the photos tell the story. check my newest post. i did one for vet. day. while out today, i met a man who was a vet. his va check is 2 months late due to an error. there's a woman at this place that has called the va a no. of times. it's not a priority to the va rep. i sugg they call our congressman. this is terrible as he was to be evicted a few days ago. she and i gave him some money, not alot. my 1st husband- deceased and my Dad were vets. this is a shame things like this happen. thanks for your comment on my post re decorating. yes 2 fireplaces. one on each side of the wall one is for coal. both are operable. take care rose
Amazing images, definitely no need for words. ;)
Thank-you Mya. My family has a long history of service to our country...I am proud of all of them. We know first hand the sacrifices made by veterans and their families.(())
My Daddy served in WWII. God Bless our troops and all those who have served in the past. Thanks for sharing thisHugs
A special tribute. Thanks for remembering!sandy
I just wanted to pop in and say a very big "Thank you" for your sweet birthday message. Your comment really meant a lot to me! I am so sorry it has take me so long to visit, but I had a great week celebrating! I hope your weekend is fabulous and thanks for this moving tribute to our soldiers.Best wishes always,Natasha.xo
A picture is worth a thousand words! Here's wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!