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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Let Freedom Ring As We Remember! 
Veteran's Day

I am proud both my father and father-in-law served our country. This is my dad standing under the Eiffel Tower in Paris. He served most of his time in France and Germany. My father-in-law was in the Philippines. (I'm searching for a photo of him in uniform.)

I'd love to know if you have a family member who served as well. 

I pray God continues to bless our nation.


  1. My husband's father, James Bolling Perdue died November 11th, 1944 in Germany (WWII). He was in the army.
    Our oldest son is a US Marine, currently stateside!

  2. Wonderful!!!

    I pray He does too!!!


  3. Thank you to your father and father-in-law for serving our country! Yes, my brother is former Navy. He was on the USS Cole when it was bombed in Yemen. He survived, by the grace of God--but many of his close friends did not. A story on the power of prayer? My mama (who passed away several years ago) woke up in the middle of the night (wee hours of the morning) with my brother on her heart. Obeying the tug of the Holy Spirit, she immediately began to intercede on his behalf. Little did she know, until the next day, that during that immediate hour of prayer, is when the ship was being bombed. I have chills even typing this now....You know of course, already, that my brother survived, but what you don't know is that 5 months after my brother was flown home from Yemen, my mother passed away.
    I'm STILL thankful for those soldiers that died on the ship that day--because I'm still free here in America.

  4. What an awesome picture. My father & father in law served as well. Thanks to all the veterans!

  5. A wonderful old photo of your dad. Blessings to all our veterans and those who serve now too.

  6. Wonderful picture...thankful for the sacrifices of your loved ones....

  7. Great pic. My dad was a Navy Seal. See his pic on my blog post today.
    Hugs from Texas.