Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Veterans Day 2008

In war, there are no unwounded soldiers. ~José Narosky


Thank you to ...

My father
Sarge Charlie
Sgt. Dub
Paramedic Seth DeAngelis
Paramedic Sean Judge
Gracie's Grandsons
Dixie's Marine
Lala's Aero
Frank Ellsworth, Fire Inspector
and all of the other
men & women
who have served
or are serving
to make
our Nation free.

18 comments:

  1. thanks linda, thank you for your service

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  2. Thank you & thanks to all the folks you mentioned plus all others who served to make this country free! We owe you a debt that cannot be repaid!

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  3. And thank you, Linda :o)

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  4. and thank YOU!!!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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  5. Very well done Linda. Thank you for your service as well. Have a great day. Big hug. :)

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  6. Thank you, Linda! I have many who served in my life to be thankful for! Have a wonderful day!

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  7. We must always remember those who have died and who are serving now...thank YOU as well dear Linda!! xoxo

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  8. Thankyou to all those who are serving their country and those who lost their lives. Remembering all of you on Armistice Day.

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  9. Thank you to all who have protected this United States of America!!!

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  10. A fine dedication to all Veterans on this special day. Well written, Linda.

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  11. It is a beautiful quote. Well done on the remembrances, particularly for Sarge who is such a gentle man.

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  12. I join you in thanking them, and I also thank you, Linda, for your service.

    Hope you had a nice Veterans Day.

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  13. Thanks to all service men and women, my grandson included!

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  14. Well said, Linda!

    All service men and women deserve our support and gratitude.

    Hopefully, the precious gift of Freedom and Liberty our fathers, brothers, and sisters fought for will still be alive in four years...

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  15. thanks to you too darling!

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  16. I've never seen that quote before, but it is so true. My thanks to you and your family for your service.

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  17. Have I have the easy job, thank you for being a dispatcher, that's a tougher job. I hope we both have a more blessed year.

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