Sending blessings on this day of remembrance. Unspeakably huge thanks to John for his service and to him, you & yours for your sacrifice. We are free to live, to aspire, to paint, and there are far too many to thank for it. ♥
Bonjour,Un bel hommage afin que plus jamais cela recommence...Une pensée particulière à tous ceux qui souffrent dans le monde.Gros bisous
Martine wrote:Hello,A tribute to that never happens again ...A special thought for all those who suffer in the world.Kisses___________(thanks, Martine)
Your brother is a hero, Celeste. Thank you for remembering him and helping us all to remember.
Thanks for sharing the wonderful photograph. I hope our country never stops honoring those who gave their lives.
The quote you posted is powerful and true. September 11 is a reminder of all those people that gave the ultimate sacrifice for us. I didn't know your brother was one of those special people. Hugs to you and your family.
Thanks, Linda, Carol, Sherry, Martine and Karen..John Bergin wasn't my brother. He is a Bergin with an "i' instead of an "e" so he is related to me...but I never met him. I think we all feel "related" to the firefighters who died that day.
Crying as I write this!Thank you John and so many, many others. Firefighters hold such a dear and sacred place in my heart!It is so very important to remember the many, many people who suffered on 9/11! Thank you Celeste.So sad.Michael
You know, I knew that. Where does the memory go??? Still, a wonderful and powerful tribute to our fallen heroes.
This day is also embedded in the hearts of Canadians. I remember the moment I heard and the tears still come to my eyes when I think of the sadness of that time that still floods back into my thoughts when this time of the year comes around. We will never forget.
this is a so simple and deep way to talk about all that happenned. --------------Hi Celeste, it has been a long time I didn't visit your blog. So many great things happenned this time in your life and painting. huuuuge kiss my dear.
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