Remembrance Day

Part of the War Memorial in OttawaIt’s November 11th again. For Canadians, this November 11th, Remembrance Day, is even more poignant. Recent tragic and horrific events took place at the very spot many of us are gathering, as we do every year, to honour those, past and present, who protect our freedoms.

We are not there to glorify war.

  • We are there to pay respect.

  • We are there to remember the sacrifices.

  • We are there to show our unity.

  • We are there to say we do not take our freedom for granted.

Dad, you will always be my hero. Miss you.

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2 Responses to Remembrance Day

  1. karenhickman says:

    Lovely post Suzanne. Americans honor your veterans today, too.

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