Wednesday, November 11, 2015

For Our Freedom

A small post with a big thanks to all who serve our country to keep our freedoms intact, and to all who served in the past and gave the ultimate sacrifice.  Thanks to my family members who answered the call, when they were really just kids, to fight and to come home and live wonderful lives and raise their families and be the best Dads, brothers, friends, and citizens I've ever known.  Love you all!


Dad, I miss you every day.  You were the best! Love, Kathy

12 comments:

Julia said...

Your dad was a a very handsome man. I love his smile.
Great tribute to the the veterans in your family. It's Remembrance Day for our veterans here too.
Big hugs Yaya.
JB

betty said...

Great tribute to your dad and to those who have served :)

betty

Rick Watson said...

I love those older pictures. The ones from around WWII had some remarkable color.

acorn hollow said...

I wish I had some pictures of my dad in his uniform.
cathy

Laurie said...

Ah, I'm so thankful for your dad, too!

selvageedge said...

God bless the men and women that serve in the military.

Nonnie said...

Seeing everybody else's dads pictures always send me into a search for one of my dad in his uniform. I know I have seen it, just don't know where it is. So proud of them all for their service and your pics are really nice. Thanks for sharing them. We owe so much to our service people.

Munir said...

Thanks for sharing your family pictures. all of us living in America owe a lot to the armed forces and therefore we extend our gratitude to the veterans in your family.
Your dad in the Uniform must have been very impressive and handsome. I understand how you must miss your dad, I do too.
Take care.

Christina said...

Your dad was dapper! I am also so grateful for our veterans and for those who are still fighting.

Hilary said...

A beautiful tribute to your fine family members.

Shady Del Knight said...

Hi, dear Kathleen! I think I forgot to tell you that I needed to unplug for four days to entertain a group of family members. Mrs. S made me promise to take a break from blogging during that period. I'm sorry I am late getting over here. I remember how handsome your dad looked in uniform and what a fine man he was, as described by you, his fine daughter. Thank you for saluting your father on that day of remembrance. God bless!

Sweet Tea said...

Very handsome.
Love all our veterans.