Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Wordless Wednesday

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Dedicated to the nine Charleston, South Carolina firefighters who died in Monday's tragic fire.
May these brave men rest in peace and God bless and comfort their families.

34 comments:

  1. wow, our thought and prayers are with the affected families.

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  2. so sad......thank you for paying such a beautiful tribute!

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  3. A very nice tribute to such a horrible event...

    Great WW, but unfortunate.

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  4. I just heard this on the news this morning - how tragic!

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  5. Beautiful tribute, Linda. I saw that this afternoon on the news while picking up little man at mother-in-law's house. What a shame.

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  6. a fitting tribute to those brave firefighters!

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  7. What a shame. Thanks for the tribute so fitting.

    Angel Mama ():)

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  8. God bless them. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. thats a very nice tribute. My condolences to their family and friends

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  10. I'm always amazed at how they risk their lives everyday. They are true heroes.

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  11. A fitting tribute but such a terrible loss of life

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  12. what a sad scene!! sorry about those 9 firefighters. they died so that others may live! great shot for a WW post.

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  13. a great tribute to wonderful people...

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  14. A wonderful Tribute Linda. My prayers goes out to those families x x

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  15. Thank you, Linda...some things we just take for granted - like these brave men (and women!).
    ~~~Blessings~~~

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  16. May they rest in peace. God bless them.

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  17. May they rest in peace.

    Thank you for such a powerful and moving Wordless Wednesday.

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  18. Wow, very moving photo. Thank you for the reminder. I will be praying for the families.

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  19. I knew someone would have this for their WW post... glad it was you!
    You do an amazing job for the public, just like these men who gave their lives in the line of duty.
    I'm just selfish and glad that YOUR service doesn't put your life in danger every day.
    Cuz I ♥ ya and want you around for a long, long time.

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  20. Linda, I knew exactly what I would see here even before I clicked on your link. You are the nicest person. Big hug. :)

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  21. All too often, we -all of us -take for granted the work these people do and the danger they put before them in the line of duty. We forget how courageous, how brave, these people are until something like a tragedy of this magnitude happens. Your blog does try frequently to remind us of the dangers as well as the brave and courageous souls who strive to protect and help us, the public, and to them we owe a tremendous debt. One can only imagine the terrible grief that entire community must be dealing with at this time -and forever after as well. Thanks Linda, for a post well placed.

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  22. How tragic.... what a lovely tribute.

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  23. What a beautiful tribute photo!

    Such a tragic thing....blessings to those families and friends of these heroes.

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  24. That Damned Google Reader I was reading that a long time ago. Last night or today. Then I come to your blog and see that picture that I had allready seen. My name isn't in the linky list. Oh my I really never came here. Oh my gosh. It's like Dayzavoe. Oh my what a dork I am.

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  25. Oh yeah That was so incredibly sad what happened. Thank you for the tribute to them and their families

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  26. this is a very thoughtful post, thanks.....

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  27. I hadn't heard of this. Been avoiding the news, I guess, for this very reason. How sad...

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  28. Linda, you've been tagged for the Rockin' Girls Bloggers award. Details at my place.

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