Pearl Harbor is such a solace place. Last time we went we were able to speak to a gentle man who was a child when Pearl Harbor happened. He remembers seeing the Japanese planes flying over while him and his friend was playing a war game. It was such a neat experience to hear his story.
Hello...new to the SITS world I'm still a little blogger shocked at the large number of talented, crazy, funny and sweet people out there. I hope you do not mind me stopping by...feel free to check out my blog. I am hosting a Give-A-Way that ends tomorrow. Check it out! :DThanks for reminding me. It is crazy to think this day effected so many and now many of us can not even recall the day or what it is about.
All that I can say is...Thank you to our men and women who fight so hard to keep us safe! At the sacrifice of their own lives...we are a free and strong nation.
Thanks for the reminder. We were traveling yesterday, and I hadn't thought about it this year. The price of freedom is always a most sobering feeling to me, and I am so grateful for all who have preserved our nation. Love you!!!
I feel so bad that I totally spaced it. As part of my graduation present friend and I went to Hawaii and visited Pearl Harbor. Such an amazing yet somber place.
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