Sunday, November 11, 2007

Today is Remembrance Day in Canada

May we never forget the soldiers who fought for our freedom and the ones still fighting deadly wars at this very moment.
Julie Marie over at
has an amazing picture! The two British WWI soldiers in the card are her Scottish great uncles.


Julie Marie said...

Thanks for the link, Tea.

Lest We Forget,


tash said...

It was moving indeed when we had our two minutes silence. I lost my great uncle who was 18 on Hill 60.

Kari said...

This is one of the wonderful things about teaches us the customs and holidays other than our own! I didn't realize that you guys had a "Remembrance Day" that was like our "Veteran's Day". Good to know...I'll check out Julie Marie's blog. Thanks for linking to it.

Palm Springs Savant said...

wonderful post. On Sunday I was in Rhode Island visiting family bt also attending the dedication of the WWII Memorial that my uncle designed. It was so cool to see him there after years of hard work. I posted a few photos on Monday.

ally said...

This day always makes me cry!

Farmgirl Cyn said...

May we NEVER forget. My dad AND my mom were both in the army in the early 50's. Thank God for the men and women who have and who are serving our country.