A Sincere Thank You

“”There’s a graveyard in northern France where all the dead boys from D-Day are buried. The white crosses reach from one horizon to the other. I remember looking it over and thinking it was a forest of graves. But the rows were like this, dizzying, diagonal, perfectly straight, so after all it wasn’t a forest but an orchard of graves. Nothing to do with nature, unless you count human nature.”

~Barbara Kingsolver

On a day such as today I want to give thanks to all the men and women that have fought for our country. I don’t know how to make a thanks bigger, but even more graditude is worthy of those that sacrificed everything and gave their lives while in service. Thank you. Your sacrifice is not lost or forgotten. It is my sincere hope that our country will remain free and once again regain her strength in spite of all the current crap that is going on.

3 Comments »

  1. mego said,

    November 11, 2008 @ 3:08 pm

    i whole heartedly agree to everything… i don’t think in our current age we can even comprehend the sacrifice made by those, like from WWII… but for the small amount that i can understand, i am thankful for all those who have served and our still serving our country…. may all of our freedoms remain FREE!

  2. Phil Steller said,

    November 11, 2008 @ 11:33 pm

    Well said, boyo. nice pic choice.

  3. Anthony B. said,

    November 16, 2008 @ 8:24 am

    All I can say is
    Amen
    &
    Amen…

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