Thank you dear friends and followers for your visits, for your love and prayers for both myself and Freddie.
I really appreciate you taking the time to call in, view my artwork and leave such wonderful comments.
Sending you all love, hugs and blessings,

June xxx

Saturday 10 November 2012


Tomorrow Remembrance Sunday falls exactly on November 11th.
Remember the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day,
and the eleventh month.
A time for remembering loved ones we have lost in all the conflicts
since the first Great War. The war to end all wars.
Sadly it was not to be.
As we remember them, we give thanks for their courage and sacrifice.
God bless them all and all the serving men and women today
who fight for our freedom.


Sarina said...

Great and moving collage June.
Although I am from the Netherlands, I always watch Rembemberance Sunday at the Cenotapf, on the BBC(don't know if this is correct English, last English lesson, 44 years ago, hihi)


Celestina Marie said...

Hi June, What a wonderful post of remembrance and honor. Yes, it will be a special day. Thank you for sharing. And, thank you for stopping by and your new following. So nice to meet you. I enjoyed my visit here to your lovely blog and a new follower too.
Have a nice weekend.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Patti said...

Indeed, yes, we owe a huge thank you to all the veterans who have served and sacrificed so that we might live in freedom.

As the saying goes, "freedom isn't free." I am grateful for those who paid the price.

Blessings and hugs,

Pat said...

Will be remembering my grandad, served and mustard gassed in the Great War.

Unknown said...

A wonderful tribute to the brave men who gave up their lives in order to give us our freedom... Thanks for this honourable and sweet gesture dear June. Hugs, Ira x

sirkkis said...

How great way to tribute to the past brave men, June.
We are celebrating our fathers today.

Bill said...

War is always so horrible and the cost is so great. I'm looking forward to the time when God finally fulfills his promise at Isaiah 2:4 - "And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more."

Junibears said...

And a huge AMEN to that Bill.xx

Anonymous said...

Laurence Binyon's poem is one of my favourites and I get goose bumps when I read it. Thank you for showcasing the poem and enabling me to remember the war dead in such a lovely fashion.xx