Tag Archives: WWII

Remembering our Veterans … Freedom is not free

Veterans Day – memories of the past are very real today and I’m remembering all of my family who served. I wonder if the brave warriors had not fought if we would be living as free as we are today. … Continue reading

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Dad’s Story…The Great Depression, Bonnie and Clyde, and a Red Dress

      Remembering my dad today has brought to mind a question he loved to ask—tell me what The Great Depression, the big city, Bonnie and Clyde, and a red dress have in common. Now on the surface they … Continue reading

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Memorial Day … a day to remember

There are 46,551 brush strokes in the painting, each stroke represents one American soldier that did not come home from Vietnam. Painted by Gary Morris, Lt Col USMC.       Vietnam Vet Memories cloud my mind today of the men in my … Continue reading

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