Shenanigans, painting and solo wargaming from Ireland.
Lots of my family too. <3
I'm honoring the memory of my grandfather William O'Leary today. We miss him still. Thank you.
Plenty of Kiwi boys buried at Gallipoli and the Somme. So I'm not forgetting. Pleased to see someone on blogosphere has reminded us all.
With Brent and the Kiwis. Thanks Fran.
I'm remembering family from both world wars today. But I'm also thinking about friends currently in Afghanistan and other dangerous places as well.
We shall remember them...............
Good reminder. For soldiers from all over the world.
We never should forget the Irish boys or any of the boys from wherever they come from.
..... never Fran. T.
Yu have my sympathies, from Spain
Fine post, Fran. Remember always.
Well said that man.
Never forget, ever. Remember them not just today, but always.
Amen to that.
This is a big day in a lot of places. Thanks for posting today, Angry.
Fine post Fran.
That's why there are so many weird-looking people nowadays, you know, with whole generations of the good ones gone off the pool.
That was all that needed to be said.
Day to remember. Agree-never to forget.
indeed never forget
A moment of silence please.
sunday bloody sunday
God bless veterans and their families from around the world.
Well said TAL.
A tip of the hat to you good sir. Never forget.
Many graves of Irishmen in Belgium. Some of them died by a mistake. They blew up their own hill or something, a miscommunication between the troops.
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perhaps the greatest way to honor the fallen and veterans still living...is to never go into wars unless absolutely necessary. Maybe one day we'll all learn.
i'll raise a drink to that.
felt like I was the only one in german wearing one..
My family was never involved in World War 1 or 2. I guess being displaced against our will when Japs came, other than that nothing.