Friday, December 7, 2007

In Honor Of!!!!!!

I am taking a break from our Christmas Story To Remember all of those who gave their all on this date at Pearl Harbor. At this time in history we still have servicemen and women around the world fighting for OUR FREEDOM!!! As we are going about our busy lives and our celebrating Christmas let us be sure to lift them up in prayer. Please remember they are someones sister.brother daughter son.Mother , Father, aunt,uncle. friend. Most of all each and everyone of them are a child of God!!! My hat is off to each one of them. I send you blessings from above!!!!

6 comments:

bj said...

I, too, have thought of Pearl Harbor Day all day long. In fact, I watched the History channel a little this morning as they ran "the true story" of that day.
Hugs to you for remembering, too...
bj

Kari & Kijsa said...

Amen....we thought of Pearl Harbor today...our hats are off, too!

Have a very blessed day!

smiles, kari and kijsa

BittersweetPunkin said...

Great post...my son who is 13 was watching the History Channel and asked lots of questions....I was glad he was so interested.
Blessings,
Robin

Kari (GrannySkywalker) said...

Oh my gosh! I DIDN'T think of Pearl Harbor. That's NEVER happened to me since I've been able to think for myself and knew what happened there. I'm hanging my head in shame. Thanks for posting about it. I NEEDED that reminder. Obviously.

I was stopping by to tell you I received your card and to say thank you! I loved getting it and it brought a smile to my face to be remembered! (And I actually have the nerve to say that after having forgotten those at Pearl Harbor. I'm hanging my head even LOWER than it was before!!!!).

So thanks for the card, but even more I think, thanks for the reminder of those who have died in service to our country - be it at/in Pearl Harbor, Vietman, WWI, Korea, the middle east and on and on and on....

Mimi said...

thanks for the reminder of those who gave their lives at Pearl Harbor...
My brother was on board a ship that was scheduled to be at Pearl harbor that day... but because a man was ill with appendicitis on board another ship ... his ship was delayed in order to make contact with a surgeon...
that man's illness saved many lives that day!!!
again I say thanks for the remembrance....

Whimsy Pink said...

Thank you for reminding us about that, my husband was in the military~ I have the upmost respect for our service men and women!!