D-DAY LET US REMEMBER
Let us NEVER forget the SACRIFICE and BRAVERY given by the men women and children during WW2 on this D-DAY.
There cannot be one family who didn’t have someone who served either at home or abroad, some who were civilian casualties at home and abroad, we must remember them.
My mother-in-law and father-in law served in the British Army, he was badly wounded at Dunkirk, spent a year in hospital and then with only 1 lung was sent back to the front.
My great Uncle served with MONTY, my Grandfather was an ARP warden, my mother was BOMBED and seriously hurt when the first bombs fell on London.
I could go on but I know you all have family members who did the same in WW2.
This year we will all be remembering WW1 as well in which our grandfathers and great uncles served.
Who cannot be moved listening to the stories of the veterans at the celebrations in Normandy.
How sad that in 2014 we have so many wars all around the world.