Veterans Day Giveaway Hop

Blessings to all Veterans

Remembering all those who have fought and died. The 11th hour of the 11TH DAY OF THE 11TH MONTH of 1918, World War I ended. Though the Armistice was signed at 5:00 AM, fighting continued till 11:00 AM, killing nearly 11,000 more men.

The Veterans Day National Ceremony is held each year on November 11th at Arlington National Cemetery. The ceremony commences precisely at 11:00 a.m. with a wreath laying at the Tomb of the Unknowns and continues inside the Memorial Amphitheater with a parade of colors by veterans’ organizations and remarks from dignitaries. The ceremony is intended to honour and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces.

Every one of our Soldiers, veterans and their families deserve to be applauded for their strength, devotion and service to this nation. It takes a profound strength to wear this nation’s uniform. Though one day they remove this uniform, no amount of time, nor strife can sever the golden thread uniting these veterans in a unique and everlasting bond. But these Soldiers – our veterans – don’t see themselves as being brave or special, they just say they’re doing their jobs.

On Veterans Day, Remembrance Day, Armistice Day or the Day of Peace – this day has many names – the world stops in silence to pay tribute to the heroes of the battlefield who never see themselves as heroes. I believe we owe our veterans more than our silence, our memories, and our thanks. President Kennedy once said, "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."

Don’t just say “thank you” to our veterans, show it.

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14 Replies to “Veterans Day Giveaway Hop”

  1. When I meet a veteran I thank them for the great serivice they are doing or have done and on Veterans Day I’ll be wearing red,white and blue and a yellow ribbon in support.
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  2. This is a day of reflection for me as a veteran and wife, daughter, granddaughter and mother of military members who served and are currently serving. Thanks to all for stopping my the blogs to help celebrate those who served.

  3. Living in NC, we see a lot of military, active and retired. When I see one, I always try to say Thanks for a job well done. If I’m not close enough to speak, I try to catch their eye and nod my thanks.

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  4. I try and say Thank You either verbally when I can or just with a smile and nod to show my gratitute for their service to protect our country.
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  5. I don’t do anything like I used to , when I was younger I would go with my dad to the parades and the memorials. But even if i don’t do anything all the soldiers remain close in my heart. My dad was in the Army for 20 plus years and served in Vietnam for a year and a half. He is my hero.

  6. I thank them whenever I see them. They are some of the most important people in our country. For the veterans in my family, we get together and celebrate at my husband’s grandfather’s grave.
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  7. I honor them by saying thank you. I always feel it’s important to thank them and not to take our freedoms for granted.

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  8. We take Grandpa and some of his buddies that cant drive anymore to their Veteran gathering and help serve everyone lunch. Thx for a great hop.

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  9. What a wonderful giveaway and honor. I live outside of the US but I attend an English speaking church and we had a wonderful ceremony with all the ambassadors from 20 other countries paying tribute to their fallen soldiers. It was beautiful!

  10. I say Thank You, i’m proud of all the men and women who serve! My husband was in the Guard before we were married and also worked with the Military in Iraq for 2 years. Thanks for the chance to win!

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