Sunday, May 29, 2011

Remembering, Appreciating, Honoring

As we spend time with family and friends,


or enjoy some slowed-down time as the summer season starts,


we are remembering and honoring the sacrifices others have given.


Surrendering their times and their lives,



for ours.



And we say a heartfelt Thank You to our heroes.

Have a blessed day,
Carol
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13 comments:

Saleslady371 said...

I love visiting you. Your home is lovely and all-American! Happy Memorial Day.

Love,
Mary

Mildred said...

A very nice tribute. I agree with your first comment, your home is so very charming and welcoming. Sending my love to you all. Mildred

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Happy Memorial Day Carol:@)

Linda O'Connell said...

You have a gorgeous home. Enjoy the day.

Cindy said...

Ditto to everything that you have said. The men and women who have sacrificed their time and lives are much appreciated by me!
Hugs, Cindy

Sue said...

Yes, we are so thankful too. Beautiful photos of your home .
Sue

Kathy said...

I am so very thankful too! We are so very blessed in this country - these men and women are so special!
God bless them and God bless you,
Kathy

bj said...

Hello sweet girl that lives in an adorable SEARS KIT HOME...
Love your pretty post today.
And, I will ALWAYS remember what a high price for freedom some pay.
xo bj

no spring chicken said...

I always enjoy seeing more of your beautiful house. Especially when it's clothed with patriotism and encouragements to remember. I hope that Isaac felt well enough to enjoy the day with you.

Blessings, Debbie

Maryjane-The Beehive Cottage said...

Your front porch looks so sweet and quaint. Ahhhh, heaven!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Carol, this post is beautiful.Not only are the words perfect, but the pictures of your home are perfect. A wonderful all American post. laurie

Natasha said...

Beautful post. I hope your Memorial weekend was special.

Best wishes for a happy Friday and a lovely weekend.
Natasha.

Kathleen said...

Lovely post! We must never forget them.