Placing flags at the Veteran's cemetery.
I cannot post today without acknowledging the anniversary of another "day that will live in infamy", a day that none of us will ever forget, never will it fade from our memories the knowledge of those who perished, the heroics of so many. We will always recall on this anniversary, where we were & what we were doing when the cowardly Islamic Terrorists attacked the shores of our nation. It was this event that brought me to the decision to apply for US citizenship. My friends used to tell me, "Ros, you are more patriotic than many Americans you need to get citizenship!" It took a year or two but here are a couple of pics of that day.
Now I am proudly American, although I will forever love the land of my birth, but America the Beautiful is my Home now, the home of my children & grandchildren. I am proud of America- proud of it's history of kindness & generosity to others in need, proud of our Military that sacrifices their all for this nation & it's occupants, & I am blessed with my family to be able to share in the heritage of this honorable & admirable republic, "One Nation under God, Indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all".
God bless America and Americans & especially all who faithfully & sacrificially serve this great & wonderful nation.