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a very nice post. bless the soldier's family and friends.
Such awful news. Praying for your great nation
Amen...nothing more to say...
Beautiful photo - and the perfect words to go with it!
God Bless Pam. So sorry for the hurt your country is going through right now.
God keep our land, glorious and free. Thank you, Pamela!
Hi Pam,Thinking of you and all of our Canadian friends today...God Bless Canada!Cheryl
What a different world we are living in right now. Time to pull out the poppies and wear them proudly.
Well said Pam HUG B
Amen to that !!!
I was so shocked, when I learned about the Terrorist shootings, in Canada. And my heart goes out to you, of course. But you can be proud of your Leader, who had the strength to call it a Terrorist Act. Down here, they can't seem to bring themselves, to call a spade a spade. To call a Terrorist Act, a Terrorist Act. Down here, it sometimes is called "work place violence"... :-(((((Tessa~
Blessing right back to you on your everyday.
True North Strong and Free!
So nice of you to post this, Pam♥️Perhaps I should dig out one of my flag pictures..and follow your lead...Enjoy your evening!Cheers!Linda :o)
Yes, it's been a challenging few days. I echo your sentiments.
It was a difficult day yesterday- strange in the city core where I was. I'm proud of Kevin Vickers.
Beautiful beautiful Canadian flag. Carol
Beautiful. God keep our land glorious and free.
Nothing as beautiful as a flag blowing in the breeze. It is gorgeous Pam! Yes, God bless us and keep us free!!hugs,Jann
Fly your flag proud . . . Awful news . . . America is sending their support and caring . . .
Amen! God keep our land...glorious and free.
Our spirit of love with prayer will help. Our hearts are with our Canadian friends.
Oct. 24Terrorist choice, for your country.... Gun.Terrorist choice for my country.... HatchetWe have fallen down- the- rabbit- hole, for sure.Tessa~
Love your flag and your country - am so very sad about what happened.This world has become an unimaginable battleground of the most wicked people - constant prayers are needed more than ever before.Mary x
Pam, an awesome statement!!!...:)JP
I am so sorry for the terrorist actions this week. When I saw Wednesday's news coverage, I relived the time I was able to tour the grand Parliament building about 10 years ago. I know how close the chambers are to the front door - about 30 feet! Thank goodness for the sergeant at arms and his quick action.
Such a tragedy!
Wonderful post, Pamela!
I felt so sad for the soldier and his family killed by a terrorist. Innocent people die for ideologies. It is tragic!