In honour of my Grandfather

The following note arrived in my email inbox along with that of all my Aunts, Uncles and Cousins for Remembrance Day sent to us from a very thoughtful Uncle.
He reminded us how much we have to be thankful for.  And how his father, my grandfather, sacrificed so much as so many young men and women have defending our beliefs and values, so that we might enjoy the abundance in our lives today.
My Grandfather has moved on from this world, but his legacy of dedication and love is recognized and honoured in so many ways each time we get together as a family.
I am proud to be his granddaughter.
With love and gratitude,
Natalie. xo
Hey Kids,
This Remembrance Day take a moment to give Thanks and Gratitude to those whose efforts were directly responsible for the life we now enjoy.
Particularly, remember and nod a silent Thank You for Dad who survived through the hell of the two major WWII Campaigns, (Italy and France), and in his 47 years thereafter never once complained.
He returned from the war, taking life on with full stride and confidence.
As I write this note, a squadron is flying overhead just off our deck, passing over the ceremony a block away in Victoria Park.
Thanks Dad.
Much Love Forever.
The Kids

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